Here is an article on the new 2016 Apple MacBook Pro, and the interest that businesses might have in it, by Alison DeNisco (@alisondenisco), published on November 18, 2016 in TechRepublic’s CXO Section
“Considering how mature cloud digital workspaces such as Office 365 have become, the desktop/laptop hardware has lost its relevance,” said Florentin Albu, CIO of Ofgem E-Serve.” With such devices being a commodity, price plays an essential role in their selection. Beauty comes at a price, and in this case the business case for using MacBook Pros in the enterprise would be difficult to articulate.”[…]
Albu said that, for his business needs, a user environment centered around Office 365 and Surface tablets makes more sense. “As such, we don’t plan to actively support other portables for now,” he said.
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