I nearly dismissed this article as a propaganda piece until I got to the part of why Apple lost their business. I've seen a number of posts where people "in the business" are predicting Windows 8 to not make in roads into the enterprise. With regard to desktops, I somewhat agree with that assessment for a variety of reason. But like this article highlights, and being "in the business" myself, I think Windows 8 tablets are going to be very attractive to enterprise environments. Seton Hall switches to Win 8 The one paragraph that struck me on first read was on the top of page 2: "Landry adds that students in orientation took to the Windows 8 Metro UI like "ducks to water." For faculty and staff, however, Windows 8 training will be more aggressive & and mandatory. "Faculty and staff is where the pain point will be in the transition," he says." This is somewhat what I have been expecting. Obviously, it will be a few of months before we will see if this plays out in this manner. Edit: Sorry, I had not seen the posting in the News section when I posted this.