We knew this would become an issue quickly, if not before the official release of the Windows 8 product.
For whatever reason, Microsoft is now using reverse market logic on the development of their products. And the reason seems obvious. They’ve lost precious time and marketing advantage to the mobile world. I guess that they drank enough of their own kool-ade to believe that their ownership the desktop was universal and would last forever in the eyes and minds of business users and consumers alike.
Fast forward to 2011 and witness the erosion of the market Yes, the mobile world is dominant and Microsoft can only lead with Windows 8.
But to presume that its adoption by corporate America – who, by the way own Apple and Android smartphones by the millions.
This looks like a tremendous gamble to this technology pro And I am still trying to recover from the Vista debacle. But I’m only a small business, not an enterprise customer ready and willing for another desktop refresh.
The Beat Goes On!
Thanks to Steve Ranger and CIO Insights via Tech Republic