Microsoft Has No Plans To Make Major Changes To The Surface Tablet. Bad News?
Sep 10, 2013 19:46
Microsoft will be hosting an event on September 23 to reveal the next version of the Surface tablet. Paul Thurott at Microsoft-centric WinSuperSite, says, "Surface 2 will look and work almost identically to its predecessor but feature a faster TEGRA 4 processor and a 1080p screen."
Tom Warren at The Verge says, "We're told that the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 will include a two-stage kickstand, but the main design of both tablets will remain very similar to the existing models."
Hang on just a minute. Why isn't Microsoft doing anything to the Surface? If you consider minor changes big, then it may just be a bad bet!
The original Surface didn't do well and changing the screen resolution and kickstant aren't going to help Microsoft move the needle.
Dental offices have long had trouble running their businesses effectively because they rely too much on manual procedures and antiquated technologies. Poor patient experiences, scalability problems, and financial inefficiencies can result from this. Podium: Elevating Dental Management with Cutting-Edge Software is transforming all of that by offering dentistry offices state-of-the-art software tailored to their particular requirements. With Podium, practices may enhance all facets of the company with sophisticated yet user-friendly solutions that simplify processes such as scheduling, billing, marketing, and analytics. Read more
Project management constitutes a multidimensional, concerted effort. This management task can become incredibly intricate, contingent upon the nature and stature of the undertaking. It is the systematic approach of planning, procuring, managing, supervising, and keeping track of resources to achieve predefined objectives. Read more
The market is highly fragmented and offers ample scope for innovative products. The growth in investments for power transmission & distribution infrastructure across the world and the expansion of electronics & telecommunication sectors are likely to drive demand for electrical coil windings. Read more