Windows Tablets for Enterprise Total Economic Impact

Forrester has published a new document, Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Windows Tablets – Cost Savings and Business Benefits Enabled by Windows Tablets for the Enterprise.”  Forrester collected data from 60 enterprise organizations currently using Windows or non-Windows tablets.  The subsequent analysis found a solid 128% ROI and many benefits specific to Windows devices: 46%... Continue Reading →

Tim Cook and Apple’s Fuzzy Math

I am now back at home in Michigan (arrived Sunday morning after my 24 hours of travel from Nairobi Kenya) and decided to use Monday as a recovery day from my two week work engagement in Kenya. On Monday, I decided to watch Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 14 Keynote.  It took Tim Cook a total... Continue Reading →

Flying High with Windows Devices

Delta Delta is once again in the headlines with the recent press announcement with Microsoft.  Delta will equip its 11,000 pilots with the upcoming Surface 2 device that will fulfill the needs of an electronic flight bag. The official Microsoft Press Release can be found here.  You can also read more about this announcement from... Continue Reading →

Preparing for Windows 8.1 Deployment with ConfigMgr

Are you looking for ways to deploy Windows 8.1 to your Enterprise?  If so, the System Center Configuration Manager Team just published a blog on this that you may be interested if missed. Support Questions about Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 for Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection

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