“Improved integration between Apple’s iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan will inevitably drive more Macs into the enterprise,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “‘Apple’s dominance in enterprise mobility is unparalleled,’ says Box CEO Aaron Levie. Apple’s devices are already the most popular mobile platforms across the enterprise, but Mac sales have climbed while the PC industry contracts for a decade, so an enterprise migration seems inevitable.”
“‘Mac, iPhone and iPad adoption rates are only continuing to grow in the enterprise,’ said JAMF Software CTO, Jason Wudi, speaking to Appleholic. ‘As more employees demand to use devices that they are comfortable with in their personal lives, we are seeing more IT departments offering choice and BYO programs,'” Evans writes. “An April 2015 JAMF Software/Dimensional Data survey of enterprise users in the US found over 90% of businesses use Apple products, with 91% supporting iPhones, 89% supporting iPads and 60% supporting Macs.”
“Enterprises are migrating to Apple because its platforms are best prepared for the digital transformation that is impacting daily life,” Evans writes. “It’s not just about ease of use but also the security these platforms offer in comparison to their competitors.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Smart enterprises already looked at the Macs and began transitioning to them years ago.
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