Will Inability To Administer iDevices Hurt ChromeOS?
One tech columnist wrote recently that he thought that ChromeOS would be hurt by the fact that there's no way to administer an iOS device on it. This is especially true considering that Google's targets for ChromeBook sales are, at least initially, the business and education markets. Students love their iPods, and businessmen increasingly use iPhones and iPads.
So I wonder - how much do you think this will hurt ChromeOS devices in the marketplace? Do you think a solution can be come up with for it?