Microsoft is the thing that makes this impossible
As far as employees are concerned, want a Surface tablet, this is amply shown by its minuscule share compared with Android and Apple. I'm sure I'll catch downvotes from the MS lovers here who will harp on about how much more you can do with Surface than iPad, but if you have to turn it into a laptop for it to be more useful than a tablet, why not just get a damn laptop. That objection is always left unanswered.
The problem for Intel is that tablets are not really a necessity, so they can't push them out to everyone like they did with PCs/laptops. Maybe those in jobs where they can get by with a tablet instead of a laptop (think salespeople on the road who mostly just visit clients and take their regular orders) might get a corporate provided tablet. Unfortunately many of them have already splashed out for iPads (they visit the restaurant/bar I own all the time) so Intel is probably too late here as they've already figured out how to integrate the iPads into their business.
I'm sure Microsoft can tout better manageability/integration than iPad, as Apple isn't really known for its enterprise chops (to say the least) but it will come at a high cost - don't think for a minute they aren't going to kill you with CALs for all those tablets, in addition to the already higher than iPad pricing on them. Intel can't push their stuff they way they used to without Microsoft yoked up front pulling.