re: Microsoft Surface Pro: Too Much Tablet?
"... execs started bringing their iPhones to work and ordered IT to integrate them." Yes, that's correct and I'll bet that the children aged 15-25 of CXOs were enthusiastically doing iPhone demos for their parents, which I think triggered RIM/BlackBerry's slide in the corporate world. BlackBerry might keep their most loyal customers and rebound if IT departments insist on BlackBerry's very latest offerings. I'm now curious to see if Microsoft can deliver on the promise of one operating system for desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones -- and the benefits (stability, convenience, security, etc.) the corporate world is to derive from it, considering the ubiquity of Windows and Office. If BlackBerry and Microsoft can gain BYOD market share via corporate IT departments, then the top four platforms will even out a bit. Right now, it's too heavily dominated by Android and iOS.