As someone who uses Windows Virtual Desktop every day to run Edge, Office and Teams (yes, you can do conferencing over RDP quite nicely, even from a Mac or iOS), I found this to be both amusing and intriguing as it normalizes what I’ve been doing for ages.
Remote display protocols and bandwidth have progressed to the point where a remote session is virtually indistinguishable from a local one, so the only relevant issue here is scalability and data residence.
But yeah, Sun was right. The
network cloud is the computer.