Redmond built Surface Duo clearly for its own employees and on-the-go campus culture. But it doesn't make sense in a work from home scenario.
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Can the lack of modern specs and a novel approach from Microsoft - with its questionable history of mobile devices -- possibly make sense? Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss.
There is definitely room for a full range of business-friendly Microsoft Android devices, targeted to SMBs and enterprises.
When Microsoft's dual-screen, Android-powered Surface Duo reaches the market, will it be a triumph after years of mobile failures from the company, or will we confirm once and for all that Microsoft is incapable of learning from previous mistakes?
The last four years were an exciting and challenging time to be at Microsoft, arguably the most transformative time in the company's history.
I recently became a Surface Pro user. After looking for various case and stand products, I've finally found a great solution.
After seven years of working from home, I finally have the tools to communicate and collaborate seamlessly with my remote colleagues.
I'm sorry children, but engaging in full-time writing has never paid my bills.
Surface RT has too many limitations to make it practical for me to own an ARM-based Microsoft Windows Tablet today. But that will change over time.
While both of these companies have assets of potentially strategic value, neither of them are likely to survive as independent entities or even in one piece.