I'd like to see an iCloud category in the right hand column of the log-in page for MacRumors. I think the iCloud syncing is Apple's best move yet to blunt Microsoft's plan to grab all the enterprise tablet business next year when they introduce Windows 8 for PCs and tablets. For more info, see: http://news.yahoo.com/windows-8-means-microsoft-stock-191729286.html Since iCloud will sync PCs as well as Macs with the iPhone and iPad, there is little advantage for enterprise customers to standardize on on a Windows 8 phone or tablet at the expense of Apple products. With the adoption of iCloud enterprise customers can continue using Apple products and ignore Microsoft's Windows 8 compatibility claims. At the same time, Apple, with their plan of bringing the iOS experience into Lion OS, is edging more and more into nibbling at the enterprise market with Macs. Not with the desktop iMacs so much as the with the MBA and MBP computers. Already Apple is enjoying a nice share of the portable computer market in all markets. There is a trend here that was previously successfully used by IBM in the 1960s. IBM made it a priority to have the Selectric typewriter in all school typing classes. When the students moved on into businesses, the Selectric became the first choice for use. In a similar way, Students of today are favoring the use of OSX and will soon likely be a force voicing their choice within the enterprise market in the years soon to come.