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My point in starting this sub-thread was to make people aware that Microsoft have made a very clear statement that the version of MSO they put on the Surface RT is NOT for commercial use or use by a charitable organisation, that they have the system send information back to them each month (regardless of if you want it to or not) and they make sure you know they intend to sue the hell out of you if you misuse the software by not complying with the above.
The whole aim of the reduced capability of the MSO on the Surface RT is to get you to pay Microsoft more money for an Office 365 licence AFTER having told you they gave you an MSO licence with the system.
Now one point for the students to know is that writing a resume is classed as a commercial activity as it has an intended commercial outcome, getting a job.
I can see the Surface RT and Surface Pro have some uses for many people, for checking mail or the Internet on the move. I can even see the Pro being useful in a logistics organisation for delivery records - but any tablet can do that job and lots can do it better and cheaper. But the Surface RT and Pro are a very, very long way of being beneficial or useful in an enterprise environment due to the great limitations on their productivity capability.
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