- Eight out of 10 businesses (77 percent) say Macs are more reliable overall than Windows machines
- Seven out of 10 (65 percent) say they are easier to support
- Seven out of 10 (65 percent) say offering Macs would likely help attract employees (a very important factor given the competition for talent)
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Parallels Survey of IT Professionals Finds Macs are Moving Beyond BYOD Phenomenon, Now Considered for Broader Corporate Deployment
SAN FRANCISCO & RENTON, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MacIT Conference – Parallels® (www.parallels.com/mac-pro), a global leader in cross-platform solutions, today announced results of its commissioned survey of more than 200 IT decision makers about their attitudes toward Macs in the enterprise. The results are telling – almost half of businesses (45 percent) currently offer their employees Macs, and more than nine out of 10 businesses (95 percent) that don’t currently provide Macs would be more likely to offer employees Macs if they had a single central management system for both Windows PCs and Macs.
Macs are in high demand – and respondents who already support Macs shared the top reasons why:
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