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  • Microsoft Eyes to Get the Top Rank Leaving Apple Behind.
  • Microsoft Surface vs. Asus Transformer Prime
  • Microsoft Going Cloud with the New Office.
  • Surface Tablet With Intune 3.0 Can Become Best BYOD Device

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Microsoft Eyes to Get the Top Rank Leaving Apple Behind.

Tech industry seems to be exuberating with the energy after Microsoft unveiled its Windows 8 Surface tablets. With many rival tablets already in users’ hands and getting top ranks, one wonders in which waters is Microsoft trying to step in. But, Steve Ballmer, the CEO of this Apple-rival company seems to be quite loud and heads-on about this venture!

Microsoft Surface vs. Asus Transformer Prime

The Asus Transformer Prime is known as “the King of Android tablets,” meaning that it is the best tablet running the Android OS to date. In this comparison, then, the newest tablet (Microsoft Surface) will compete against “the iPad competitor” to see which tablet dominates.

Microsoft Going Cloud with the New Office.

 Yahoo may have snatched the limelight from Microsoft after announcing Google’s Marissa Mayor as its new CEO, but the mighty Microsoft got it back! So, with Windows 8 announcement and unveiling of Microsoft Windows 8 Surface, here is another leap of going cloud with the new Office 15.

Surface Tablet With Intune 3.0 Can Become Best BYOD Device

In my last post I explained BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) concept and related it to Microsoft Surface tablet. We also discussed that how Surface tablet can become a potential BYOD device because of its high hardware specs and its support for Windows 8 operating system. In this article I’m going to further extend this concept with the introduction of mobile device management and Microsoft’s own tool Windows Intune for controlling PCs remotely through a web browser.

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