Windows RT tablets
Best Argument: The iPad
Audience Favored: Windows RT tablets (84%)
Windows RT tablets are easy on developersIncreasingly, businesses are looking to deploy tablets to their organization as a "first class" platform to deliver solutions on.
If you're deploying tablets in the business you want your in-house teams and your partners to be able to develop software that runs on them. Most enterprises develop software in Java and .NET. Evolving skills and tooling over to Windows RT is straightforward. Going from Java and .NET to the relatively oddball programming model for iOS (Cocoa Touch, Xcode, and Objective-C), is not. You're going to need new developer workstations (can't use a PC to compile iOS software), and everyone's going to have to learn brand new skills.
So, if you're looking to buy hundreds or thousands of tablets and use them as a platform for delivery of enterprise solutions, you'll find it easier, cheaper, and less risky to develop software for Windows RT compared to iPad.