When TV came along, the death of radio was predicted. The VCR was supposed to kill off the movie industry. Recorded music was meant to be the death knell of concerts. But none of these predictions ever came about.
After nearly five decades of gate-keeping prominence, corporate IT is in trouble and at a crossroads like never before in its mercurial and storied history as a corporate function.
The Mac Cube and Apple TV fail to shake up the market. Will the iPad prove to be a game-changer?