IT Management Slideshow: We're Going All-In With Apple: Now What?
By Don Reisinger | Posted 09-22-2011
In a recent slideshow, we examined why it's time for CIOs to consider going with an "all-in Apple strategy." If you have made up your mind to switch to Apple products in your enterprise, you need to be ready for some significant changes. At first, your employees might experience some loss in productivity as they transition to new platforms. And, with the added entertainment value of many of Apple's consumer-focused products, you'll have to make sure they aren't having too much fun with the devices. Over time, though, once the kinks are worked out, the benefits of going all-Apple might outweigh the troubles. That said, here are 10 things you need to know if you decide to go all-in with Apple for your enterprise.
We're Going All-In With Apple: Now What?
Training TimeIf your employees are not already using Apple products in their personal lives, then you may need to invest in some training in order to get them up to speed on Apple's products. But don't worry: Apple products are intuitive, and in most cases, employees will pick up how to use the devices quite quickly.
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