Sysadmin blog In the wake of Microsoft announcing that it's acquiring Nokia, and BlackBerry announcing that it's buying itself out of the public market with Fairfax’s help, I can’t help but come to a single conclusion: Microsoft has missed what could possibly have been the single greatest acquisition in its company’s history.
As you’ll know if you follow me on Twitter I have an iPhone. This iPhone constitutes the entirety of my mobile office. I do everything on it. I bank; I process payments; I surf the web; I write articles; I write specifications; I crunch numbers, manage spreadsheets and run a business that lately has taken on multiple layers of unexpected complexity.