Posted by: macintoshsisters | November 24, 2006

The Case for Apple Software in the Workplace

An old perception is that business users of the Macintosh platform had limited software options. While that view is not a true picture of the Apple software market today, business users must be prepared for some tradeoffs.

WWhile the public perception is that Macintosh users are a world apart from mainstream computing, the Mac and PC worlds appear to be drawing closer together as technology continues to converge. Even though Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) software sells to a much smaller user base than Windows products, Macintosh users generally face no shortage of business and productivity software options.

full article at MacNewsWorld



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