If you go back to the Anti-monopoly suit brought by the U.S. Department of Justice vs Microsoft, it became clear there was to much money involved by the, then, largest Tech Giant company. Microsoft was egregious in their behavior during the trial. An example photo-shopping an app out of images, in the conference room in the court and then stating the app in question was not a problem and could be removed, by the prosecutor. As just one example. The judge found Microsoft Guilty and decided they should be split into an App Software Company and a Operating System Company. My opinion is this was the correct solution and would have enabled Linux and Windows to merge and become open source. Sadly the DoJ did NOT expect this, removed the judge, appointed a different judge that vacated the first judges solution and asked Microsoft to promise to behave end of trial. Even now, Microsoft desperately tries to break VMWare but VMWare to date has isolated their customers clients Machines and "fixes" the problem. In my opinion, all of this is going to change anyway. This will have challenge Daybreak's policy. IF I WERE them I would review their policy now and get ahead of the change. As CPU's, Memory, Storage and Internet speeds evolve, it is reasonable to assume that the Current Cloud offerings of "Cloud Based, Tailored, Virtual Machines" will be competitive to cheaper than devices that have the OS running them. I.E. Desktops, LapTops, Game Box's, Phones etc.