The enterprise desktop PC is obsolete
The desktop PC in business is a dying entity. Microsoft’s method of licensing PCs, and thereby the desktop, began over 20 years ago. It began in an era where the unique power of a personal computer offered an individual user freedom to operate applications and control data. Read the
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(Submitted by Mark Rais Fri Sep 16, 2005 )
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