Microsoft posts PowerPoint slides for their new marketing strategy to combat the iPad market, pointing out selling tips and highlighting certain areas that they believe Microsoft resellers should use as selling points. These strategies include corporate security, application compatibility, line of business applications and so on. Each slide seems to indicate over and over again that the Microsoft Sales Force is out of touch with reality.
Redmond proves once again that when it comes to the tablet market, they don't get it
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