Despite ample room for Mac sales growth in the coming years, the fundamental power balance is very much weighted to Windows. Some significant transformation must occur for that balance to change enough to enable Mac business adoption to rise above 20 percent. The cloud revolution? Desktop virtualization? Some secret Apple technology in the works?
I'm glad I can do my business on a Mac and that I work for a company that gives users a choice of PCs. More people could be in my position. But it's also true that many users have no choice but to use a Windows PC. For me, the glass is half full. But for you, it may be half empty.
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