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Re: The Mac: A Good Fit for Legal Eagles?
Posted by: Donald H. Kelley and Brenda A. Kelley 2007-09-04 09:11:28
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Most trusts-and-estates practices are devoted to the Windows operating system and related networking. The recent popularity of Apple products, however, may make you wonder whether Apple's Mac might offer some superior capabilities in a trusts-and-estates practice environment. The Mac definitely has its advantages. It offers a stable operating system, an attractive interface that enhances the computer operating experience, simplicity of hardware installation, a wide variety of portable and desktop machines and a growing list of law practice applications.

Re: The Mac: A Good Fit for Legal Eagles?
Posted by: JillK 2007-09-04 09:50:53 In reply to: Donald H. Kelley and Brenda A. Kelley
Yes, Mac OSX is fast becoming the "business" platform. Legal offices are not the only offices to embrace Macs and use a variety of Mac-only business software. Software such as Marketcircle's Daylite Productivity Suite is being used by business worldwide. Also, Daylite software developers as well as those working with Parliant's PhoneValet Message Center are working with Apple - to soon make the iPhone an even better business tool than it already is.
Take a look at Marketcircle CEO, Alykhan Jetha (AJ)'s blog to get another take on the "rise of the Mac".
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