Google is good at introducing disruptive new technologies, but tends to rely
on others to actually spread them. Their handling of Google Apps is a case
in point; advances in introducing it on the enterprise front have been
lackluster and half-hearted, and the company seems to have more or less
given up after finding no rapid success.

Android may be a technical marvel, I don't know, but if no one champions it
to the enterprise market, it's unlikely to get far. Google still seems to
have a "if you build it, they will come" mentality (as well they might,
considering their effortless take over of the search market) that results in
a lot of effectively orphaned products. Android may be the next.

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