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Almost overnight, it seems that Apple and its products, led by the iPhone, the iPod and the Mac, are everywhere -- including in the corporate enterprise. Apple's presence as a favorite staple in the consumer market segment is accepted, expected and taken for granted. The corporate enterprise is another matter. Apple hasn't been a significant player in the corporate enterprise and networking arena since the late 1980s. All that started to change over the last three years.

Apple in the Enterprise
Posted by: wallyton 2009-10-21 06:46:09 In reply to: Laura DiDio
Great post. Survey results line up with what I am seeing in the marketplace every day. My company (xtuple.com) develops business software for the Mac (& other platforms), but we are seeing big, exciting growth in the Mac segment. Companies where there might be a Mac or two already, and some where the company first decides to switch to Macs, and then look for software to run on the platform. I see 2010 as a BIG year for Apple in the Enterprise.
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