Re: Honestly how clueless a comment
I deal with both Google Apps, and O365 daily
Google Apps is okay. In fact, I use it for my own business. I'm okay with it's far from perfect. It just doesn't have many of the features enterprises and even SMEs often need. It's fine for soho's and up & coming SMEs but it just doesn't give you the customisability of MS Exchange so is often unsuitable for complex business structures.
Also, having just witnessed a company with 700 staff moving from in-house Unix server to a hybrid Exchange/O365 setup, it's my experience that Microsoft is eating up more old business structures than they losing it to Google/iCloud/whatever.
Google third party apps and extensions are great but just try managing loads of computers with no straightforward way to lock/block/approve or do mass updates/upgrades of extensions/apps. Also, the micro costs of the actually decent extension that bring it up to spec build up really quickly so the TCOs can easily spiral out of control.
Sure, if you're business has simple needs, then Google for work may be more than fine but as a sysadmin, I know which system gives me the least amount of work to do to keep everyone in the business on the same page and that's currently MS.
I think there's a big difference with what the user wants/needs and what the admins want/need. Google for Work for the user does about 90% of what O365 can do (but may do a lot of that 90% a little better) but from an admin side, Google apps is only 50% there if that.
As for PCs dead in the home? I wonder who buys all those PC games?
Also, since this time last year, Apple, Google & MS's stock prices have *ALL* GAINED by about 20%.
I'm afraid your Microsoft prophecy of death is merely wishful thinking. Try getting out more and seeing what people outside of your peer group are actually using.