Posted by: macintoshsisters | December 10, 2006

Finding Stress Points in Apple’s Business Strategy

Finding Stress Points in Apple’s Business Strategy
By John Martellaro – The Mac Observer

As Apple becomes more and more distracted by the entertainment side of computers, they risk losing what credibility they have on the enterprise, business and government sides, where customers desperately want to act like very sober, grown up professionals. Still, I don’t expect anything to change.

The collective Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) community has been so intoxicated by the iPod, the success of the iTunes Store, MacBook sales , and excellent Mac OS X security that no one is reflecting on the areas where Apple is vulnerable.
Perhaps it’s unpleasant to think about, but neither do we want to live in a state of denial. So here are some areas where I think Apple should pay more attention.

Full article at MacNewsWorld

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