PC Makers Aren’t Learning From HistoryCommented on: 3 years ago
(January 31, 2013)
I'm a Technology Director at a mid-sized k-12 school district. We have both teachers and administrators asking us to purchase Chromebooks. Why? One answer: $249. We can buy two Chromebooks for...
Microsoft Details Windows 8 EnterpriseCommented on: 4 years ago
(April 19, 2012)
@R: Whitelisting applications makes more sense; if it's not approved, it doesn't run.
You can whitelist with Group Policy and XP, Vista, 7 right now.
WinInfo Short Takes: February 10, 2012Commented on: 4 years ago
(February 10, 2012)
Paul: "So why is it OK to claim that Nokia, which embraced Windows Phone as its smart phone OS last year, likewise has no "fallback plan"? "
The difference is that Windows OS has...
CEO: ARM-Based Windows 8 Devices Will Be SuperiorCommented on: 4 years ago
(February 2, 2012)
infiniteloop: "Does that mean that they realise Windows 8 on Arm will be inferior to iOS on iPad, but are too embarrassed to say?"
That's really bad logic.
WinInfo Short Takes, January 20, 2012Commented on: 4 years ago
(January 20, 2012)
It could have been Mac sales, infiniteloop. But while we're speculating, it could be because you swayed so many people with your coherent arguments in favor of the Mac, or maybe it's because...
WinInfo Short Takes, November 23, 2011Commented on: 4 years ago
(November 23, 2011)
I agree with Paul's assesment that the iPad isn't a PC. One simple argument is that it runs a mobile OS. Are you going to call an iPhone or iPod Touch a PC? The iPad is the...