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|The big MAC Attack|
look who's entering the enterprise...
By Paul Tomori
Tuesday, September 09, 2008 at 21:30:17 (EDT)
For years, I scoffed at Mac users. I was devoutly PC. I guess I loved endless system crashes, insidious viruses, hardware integration nightmares and other fun experiences that PC users get to enjoy.
I broke down at the urging of a good friend who raved about Macs enough to get me to splurge. I reasoned that we needed a Mac to properly test our software out on even though we would be developing just on the PC environment.
Now, I take my beloved MacBook Pro wherever I go. And I have an iMAC perched in the center of my desk. I still have a lot of PC software on which I am dependent, but I can now envision the day where my office will work on Macs and test on PCs. The tables can truly turn.
Looks like we are not alone!
Here's a quote on today's newswire at:
"What’s changed accordingly is the market share that Macs hold in the enterprise, rising to eight per cent from approximately four, according to Vince Londini, research analyst with London, Ont.-based Info-Tech Group Ltd."
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