Tablets for business: working with Office 365 on the Intel Core processor-powered tablet vs. iPad, Android, and Windows RT tablets - Risks
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Risks you might face with
a non-Intel-based tablet
We faced the following:
Losing access to content without
Missing important edits and
comments from reviewers
lower numbers are better
Non-Intel-based tablets opened
Office documents for editing
up to 7x slower than the Intel
Intel processor-powered tablet
Wasting time trying to access
Windows® RT tablet
Common problems we encountered
when using Ofﬁce on the non-Intel-based tablets
Missing images and/or Inability to save spreadsheets
that used unsupported features
(macros, data models, and external
while in Editing view
Limited support for
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Based on “Tablets for business: Working with Office 365 on the Intel Core processor-powered tablet vs. iPad, Android, and Windows RT tablets” – A Principled
Technologies Report, May 2013. 1Principled Technologies tested these tablets: Intel processor-powered hybrid tablet (locally installed apps), Apple
iPad (Office Web apps), Windows RT tablet (Office Web apps), and Android tablet (Office Web apps). Android tablet did not support editing.
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