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Here is Apple's "iPhone in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/ The nice customer profiles on the "iPhone in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/in-action/ The nice IT resources on the "iPhone in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/it/   Now compare with what's available in their "Mac in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/business/mac/   Seriously?  
Does exiting beta mean the beginning of subscription fees?
 Is 24 the total number of help desk staff, or just the ones who support Apple devices?  And do those 24 support only Apple devices or do they have to support PC as well?  I'd like to see this compared to their total number of PC help desk staff.
What percent of Mac users at IBM are running Windows on their Mac (virtualization, Boot Camp, remote desktop)?
Which laptop is considered the higher end model, the MacBook or the Air?  On one hand, the MacBook has standard 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD and Retina display, but only a Core M CPU.  On the other hand, the Air has the faster i5 CPU but only 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD and a TN display.  Regarding Retina, I would consider viewing angle and color accuracy to be more important than super high resolution if you are going to be looking at the screen all day - so even a standard resolution...
Several monitor manufacturers make large multitouch displays for interactive signage and industrial applications. I'm sure many of the companies using those displays would rather run them on Macs instead of depending on Windows. Since these monitors take advantage of the multitouch input support built into Windows, the manufacturers are not going to be bothered to make Mac drivers, nor should they be expected to. Having Apple provide native support for external...
The MacBook Air is due for a refresh, or at least an IPS display (if not Retina) and more than 4GB RAM as standard.
Are you more upset that the "dorks" attempt these hacks, or that they succeed?
I think the problem for many users is that this setting is all the way at the BOTTOM of that long, long page so they don't even know it exists. Perhaps Apple should put the setting before the long, long list of applications.
What brand of hardware and what operating system are those servers running?
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