CIOs explain why they are saying no to Macs

So far, the Mac hasn't had the same success in the corporate world that it has had with consumers. Few companies have chosen Apple over classic Windows-Intel machines, even though there are signs that their employees would like to go Mac.

From silicon.com
So far, the Mac hasn't had the same success in the corporate world that it has had with consumers. Few companies have chosen Apple over classic Windows-Intel machines, even though there are signs that their employees would like to go Mac.

It doesn't look like that state of affairs will change soon, going by a survey conducted by silicon.com, in which none of the CIOs polled said the launch of Snow Leopard would encourage them to install Macs. Cost is a key inhibitor, the IT chiefs said. Silicon.com has the full story on what is holding back Mac adoption in the enterprise.

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