As Google steals its education thunder, what can Microsoft do?

The Christensen Institute

Many schools, however, have historically not been able to pay the premium that Apple commands for its high-end products and have opted for Windows-based devices. So if most of the software people want is cloud-based and online, why pay Microsoft or Apple for proprietary, integrated software that’s tied in with their operating systems? K–12 purchases of mobile computers. In schools across America, the operating system inside its computers is once again changing.