It looks like Microsoft isn’t planning to jump on the iPad bandwagon as the president of Microsoft’s business division, Stephen Elop, has said that the software giant isn’t currently interested on doing anything with the iPad, and there are no plans to bring its Office software suite to the iPad. Considering that Apple already has its iWork productivity suite offered for the iPad, do you think that it’s a smart move or a bad move for Microsoft? Of course, but not offering Office on the iPad, it might help to limit the iPad’s productivity prowess, helping other Windows-powered tablets stay ahead, but considering the hype surrounding the iPad, could it be a case of losing a opportunity?
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