1. Widespread user adoption may be slow. With a <a href="http://www.cio.com/article/682387/Chromebook_Are_You_Really_Ready_to_Marry_Google_">Chromebook</a>, all applications and storage are in the cloud, which means workers will have to adapt to a whole new way of computing. While most popular business apps have Web versions, their functionality isn't as advanced and users would have to learn new Web interfaces. Also, printing and uploading files requires workarounds. "It will be hard to predict the capacity issues, which will inhibit the adoption of this true cloud-based [solution]," says Roger Kay, president of Endpoint Technologies Associates.