Quick Take: New Surface Advances Microsoft's Case For Device Consolidation
A BYOD Candidate That Targets Lightening The Employee Technology Load
May 21, 2014
Why Read This Brief
On May 20, 2014, Microsoft unveiled the latest member of the Surface line, the Surface Pro 3, a Windows 8.1 touchscreen laptop that, among other improvements, carries a larger screen than the Surface Pro 2. Microsoft designed the new Surface with a variety of seemingly incremental improvements that, once assembled in the same device, make it surprisingly innovative. Infrastructure and operations (I&O) pros should think about this device as a departure from the earlier Surface releases. But how will it find its way into your enterprise? Will it be a popular BYOD choice for employees willing to spend their own money? This report answers these and other questions, supported by workforce data.
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