No, it's in my opinion that you're just not paying attention.
Business is relative, and most won't touch tablets. It's nice for kids, can be nice for IT...but they're not interfacing a fucking iPad with real servers that do work. I guess there's an app for that though now. I know tablets rock for admin'ing racks but you'll just want interface to the horde and Mac doesn't fix that easily. From what I've seen personally and from watching TWiT's enterprise tech shows, you're not running a Mac server so you don't want a popular Mac Tablet to manage them based on an app.
IT personnel will figure out their own problems and why it's a "job" you get money sent to you for. Touchscreen, point and shoot...I just don't thing it should be in the App that tells the tech where to look. Not in industry any way. In Industry, we have Rosemont HART and Fluke that are dumbing down I&E techs already. When THOSE devices go wrong beyond calibration, the human has to figure it out. I've left the industrial field because of this and the frustration felt teaching how things work vise what the meter tells you.
You can level any plant or production facility by having a book reader on a meter. What they do with it, takes a person that knows how it works without the meter. Car guys...what's a failed MAP sensor mean? 9 other things that need human interaction.
We expect too much from social media than social interaction itself. I make great enemies here and an all social media sites, but really am a good person. http://www.ted.com/talks/sherry_turkle_ ... ether.html