Microsoft – A “touch first” Office for tablets
Bryn Jenkins General Manager at Four J’s Development Tools
After much hesitation, Microsoft has finally seen the light, answering customer demands for a “touch first” version of Office on tablets. This will boost adoption of tablets in the enterprise, by extension further contribute to the decline of the desktop PC and finally set Microsoft on a strategy that will see them lead as a productivity services provider to business users and consumers of mobile devices.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed that the company is planning to bring Office to the iPad with a touch user interface. Speaking at a Gartner event in Florida today, Ballmer said “iPad will…