UH, they stop selling last years models when the news one come out. OP though that was obvious.
So if the 2018 F150 was turned into a mustang, how would you buy a 2017 f150? they aren't making them anymore. analogy stands.
Due to no apps the touch screen on the SP/SB line is nearly. I have the pen, and it's still mostly useless. The pen costs extra, BTW.
If I really wanted I guess I could buy a $600 touchscreen monitor and call it even. But why?
I would trade touchscreen on my SP3 for a better mousepad in a heart beat - something like in the new MBP would be great.
Microsoft hosts cloud implementations of many different EMR's on their Azure platform. They have some of the strongest privacy policies in the industry. They have their own, private, search engine to use for W10 searches. Good luck stirring up 'legal troubles' against them.
Public search engine? Uhm, no.
Your customers need actual advice, not scare hilarious scare mongering
As someone in the IT profession you have two choices: Get used to Windows 10, or retire, because it isn't going anywhere.
Here's a tip that might save you some money: "if you ask a lawyer if you should so something, they ALWAYS say no". That protects them, not you.
If you are big enough to have teams of lawyers giving you advice that serves their interest, not yours, then you are big enough to spring for the $84/yr Enterprise licenses of Windows 10.
Lol, you clearly don't understand enterprise software. Microsoft breaks stuff. It takes vendors a long time to fix it. None of the major EMR vendors support W10 yet - they don't have to because none of their customers use it.
Yes. My users love the Z30/passport software, the HUB, the calendar and email management, intelligent CC'ing, intelligent meeting mode, quick notification for late meetings, quick delete of read messages it is all very well thought out. As a productivity tool it blows everything else out of the water. You can't play your games on it, sorry.
The reality is you are hopelessly wrong. They had +257M cash flow from Operations last fiscal. Their investments cash flow (which is where asset selling/purchasing would occur) was down 439M - ie they invested MORE in assets then they sold. They have been buying assets with cash. Buying. Not selling. They have a profitable software business. They are out of the unprofitable hardware business, good for them.
They will wind up like Novell - once dominant, nearly wiped out, but still chugging along as multi-billion dollar business.