Thursday, 29 May 2014

Microsoft Surface: Nice hardware, but where's the roadmap?

Subscription | Read Online | Previous Twitter Facebook Google+
Steve Ranger

Editor of this Newsletter

Steve Ranger | UK Editor | @steveranger

Steve Ranger is the UK editor of TechRepublic, and has been writing about the impact of technology on people, business, and culture for more than a decade.

Microsoft Surface: Nice hardware, but where's the roadmap?

Surface Pro 3 is a step in the right direction say tech chiefs, but more work is still needed says TechRepublic's CIO Jury.

Additional TechRepublic Resources

Effective immigration policy is critical for the US to remain an IT superpower

C-level execs: Disaster recovery is more than just an IT problem

CloudFare's Michelle Zatlyn: Co-Founder. Cloud Pioneer. Limo Driver.

Pinterest: How to decide if your brand needs an account

Hadoop and cloud computing: Collision course or happy symbiosis?

10 worst practices that are likely to break QuickBooks

Featured multimedia

Photos: The datacentre that sits behind a moat

Today's recommended downloads

4 Signs Your Business is Ready to Plan for Profit


On-demand Webcast - ZDNet's 2014 Cloud Priorities Research Presentation


On-demand Webcast - Virtualizing Exchange: Protection Made Easy

(Veeam Software)

Recover from a Network Configuration Error in Under Five Minutes


On-demand Webcast: How to Simplify Deployment of Google Apps and Office 365


Connect with TechRepublic

A Special Feature from TechRepublic and ZDNet

The Rebirth of Enterprise Software

Enterprise apps represent some of the oldest and most entrenched parts of IT. How are enterprise apps evolving to meet the changing needs of today's leaner, faster businesses? We explore it from the angles of social, mobile, analytics, and the cloud.

TechRepublic newsletters

Get product reviews, tech news analysis, tips, and more in the following TechRepublic newsletters. Automatically sign up today!


Week in Review


Data Center

Visit the Subscription Center to get other free newsletters, manage your account settings or to be removed from TechRepublic communications.

The e-mail address for your subscription is

Unsubscribe | Send Feedback | FAQ | Advertise | Privacy Policy

Copyright 2014 CBS Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.

TechRepublic is a registered service mark of CBS Interactive, Inc.


235 Second Street

San Francisco, CA 94105


No comments:

Post a Comment