Blogging users generally want everything public and then make some things private from there.
Business users generally want everything private and then make some things public from there.
This has some significant design implications.
Blogging users generally want access to all features, with the option to turn off some features.
On the other hand, business users generally see any feature that is not being used actively as an unnecessary risk / potential attack vector.
It would be absolutely amazing if CP can turn off all blogging features by default, making them opt-in instead of opt-out.
Here I am referring to things like XML-RPC, RSS feeds and the like.
So many business users and devs have unsuccessfully lobbied for this on the WP forums.
It would be a significant advantage for a platform to serve this need.
This philosophy will also make effective user education (particularly about risks) a great deal easier and greatly improve documentation quality.