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Apple iWork

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 01-17-2012 Print

Apple looks set to continue its reign as the designer of computing products that consumers love, and that CIOs love to hate. We understand. With many of your core enterprise applications optimized for the Windows OS, you may not even have enough Apple experts on staff to help support the demand from your workers to bring new iPhones and iPads into the workplace, let alone consider accommodating products such as the MacBook Air. But, as Apple continues to win over consumer hearts and minds, you'll need to be prepared for the day when your CEO wanders over and asks, "Why aren't we using this?." With that in mind, here are the 10 Apple products you'll need to evaluate this year.

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Microsoft Office has always been a favorite of companies around the world, but as of late, it's been losing some of its market share to simpler solutions, such as Google Docs. So, what about Apple's iWork platform? Sure, it's not an Office replacement, but for companies that don't rely so heavily on productivity suites, it might be a desirable solution. It's certainly worth a look.



 

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