Is the Surface RT enterprise-worthy?

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In its latest push, Microsoft is trying to establish the Surface RT as a worthy tablet for the enterprise. Understandably, there's a lot of skepticism, though some are saying the Surface Pro's little bro might be what companies need to move to the cloud. Are you buying the RT as an enterprise device?

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  • Kevin Beaver
    It can be argued that it's as enterprise-worthy as iOS and Android. But as a traditional Windows system, no. Too many enterprises are dependent on Group Policy and related Windows security controls - most of which are absent in RT as far as I know. The thing is, whether enterprises accept RT or not, people are still going to bring it in and use it in a business context so it's best to be prepared.
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