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TalkTalk trades employee PCs for MacBook Pros

The broadband company has swapped 150 employees' PCs for the Apple laptop as part of a wider switch in 2010
Written by Tim Ferguson, Contributor on

UK broadband company TalkTalk is running a trial that will see staff in its London head office ditch PCs for Apple MacBook Pros.

TalkTalk confirmed to ZDNet UK's sister site silicon.com on Monday that 150 of its employees have been moved over to the laptop devices with a view to extending the trial more widely over the course of 2010.

A move from PCs to Apple hardware is relatively unusual in the business world as confirmed by a recent silicon.com CIO Jury poll which suggested a wholesale switch to Macs is unlikely for the majority of enterprises.

For more on this story, see TalkTalk staff swapping PCs for Macs in Apple trial on silicon.com.

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