‘Windows is a declining ecosystem,’ Jamf CEO says

Apple’s forays into the enterprise are succeeding and likely to push aside Windows over the next decade, according to outgoing Jamf CEO Dean Hager. “…In 10 years’ time, Windows will not be the dominant ecosystem; …Apple is coming up because it already dominates the mobile enterprise.”

Hager’s comments came in an interview with Computerworld.

Windows has no mobile device in a mobile age

The implications are significant, because it means IT has to accept that to some extent the infrastructure they have in place now has been assembled for a declining ecosystem. “No matter which way you look at it, Windows is a declining ecosystem and has been for 20 years,” said Hager. “That’s not a knock at Windows, it’s a statement of fact.”

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Source:: Computerworld