Let's talk about a new way to compute.
That's what Sun's CEO Scott McNealy wants to talk about. He proposes that every user in a company should be charged $100.00 per year to use the same kind of functionality that they now receive from their Windows machine. Oh, and by the way, he's not going to send auditors around to check on your company, he'll simply take your word for the number of employees you say are using the product.
Sound revolutionary doesn't it?
What it really sounds like is fear . . . at least to your IT department and to Microsoft.