I think we are on the verge of a new era of partnership with government - Steve 'Understatement' Ballmer
DESPERATE TO MAKE INROADS into the business market with computers seen in some circles as expensive toys for media ponces with £100 haircuts, Apple has announced a series of free seminars which it hopes will lure Windows users away from the dark side.
Your business on a Mac. A better bottom line promises to show business users how easy it would be to integrate the Cupertino Company's shiny boxes into existing IT set-ups in less than an hour.
Aimed at firms that want to use a Mac with Microsoft applications and Windows networks, the sessions will also point out how it would be possible to completely dump Microsoft software by using alternatives included in Apple's Iwork and Ilife application suites.
There's no news as yet if the gatherings will becoming to the UK or the rest of the world, so unless you live in one of the 11 US states listed, you're out of range for the time being. µ
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