46% of corporations now issue Macs to workers, estimates Forrester, more evidence of how...

46% of corporations now issue Macs to workers, estimates Forrester, more evidence of how corporate America has come to embrace Apple (AAPL) hardware. 25% of Cisco's 63,870 employees now use Macs, says CIO Rebecca Jacoby, though she adds their higher cost has resulted in Cisco requiring Mac users to partly rely on each for tech support. (also)

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  • montanamark
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    what took them so long? to me its a tell when I do business with people who do not use mac
    4 Apr 2012, 07:06 PM Reply Like
  • Julius Ferraro
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    Sounds like 46% of them like to toss cash in the toilet. Are these the same companies that buy back stock as they top out? Although I own 2 macs I will never say they are worth the extra cash
    4 Apr 2012, 07:13 PM Reply Like
  • Joe Dirnfeld
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    Macs don't need tech support, they may render obsolete the IT department.
    4 Apr 2012, 07:21 PM Reply Like
  • Losing Paper While Gaining ...
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    Liked for the use of sarcasm.
    4 Apr 2012, 07:32 PM Reply Like
  • berylrb
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    I'd like to see a comprehensive list and 46% of what sectors? We may be seeing the end of the Mac is omly for the unsophisticated myth-meme! Watched a report on WSJ about the big problems in corporate tech/IT is the difference between Windows Excel and Mac Excel, Ha, non-issue really, right-click is control-click on the Mac folks!
    5 Apr 2012, 04:33 PM Reply Like
  • junglekingmowgli
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    Love my mac, love the rest of my apple products. But excel is on mac is not good, i bet because of MSFT. Most good/hardcore excel users could careless about the GUI interface even MSFT has adopted. its all about keyboard shortcuts.
    9 Apr 2012, 05:31 PM Reply Like
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