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68% of Businesses To Allow Macs Next Year – According to one survey, up to 68 percent of 700 businesses polled say they’ll allow employees to use a Mac as their work machine in the upcoming year. Apparently, the main push is coming from employees who […]

68% of Businesses To Allow Macs Next Year – According to one survey, up to 68 percent of 700 businesses polled say they’ll allow employees to use a Mac as their work machine in the upcoming year. Apparently, the main push is coming from employees who are “begging to use a Mac,” and not any effort on Apple’s part to promote enterprise adoption. Imagine what’ll happen if they decide to start trying.

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    There are lots of people at my organization that would love to switch here at the office, but management and IT is still deathly afraid of moving to Macs. (I’m a designer and web developer, so a Mac is a given) I don’t understand why Apple doesn’t starting pushing the switch in the business field. If they’d just alleviate some basic fears and open the door for these people, they come flooding in.

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