Initially, it did seem like corporate IT was going to run the
standard anti-Apple playbook against the iPad. But the pages of
the playbook, worn from years of overuse, may have finally fallen
out of their three-ring binder. The aging quarterback has proven
unable to execute on the field, leaving Apple way ahead in this
already annoying football playbook analogy.
IT executives smell a winner with iOS, and they want to hitch their careers to that wagon. It helps too, of course, that it’s a great platform.