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Choose the Right Platform to Get the Most from Microsoft OneNote*Want the Most from Microsoft OneNote*?Then choose the right platformExecutive SummaryIf your organization has decided to standardize on Microsoft OneNote* as a productivity and collaboration tool for mobile users, choose your mobile devices carefully. OneNote availability on most platforms does not mean that every platform is an equally good choice for business users.Prowess Consulting put OneNote to the test on four mobile devices to determine which platform is the best fit for business use.We found that the user experience varies significantly across devices, and that some of the most powerful OneNote features for mobile business users are available only on devices running Windows* on Intel® architecture. Careful evaluation shows that the most complete and productive mobile user experience with OneNote is on devices running Windows 8 and powered by Intel® Core™ processors. Read the full Choose the Right Platform to Get the Most from Microsoft OneNote* Application Brief.
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