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If you've been working in the IT business for a long time, you know the attitudes most folks have towards Apple. They typically acknowledge that the company's products are well-built and compelling to consumers, they fall short in many ways for enterprise users. Over the years, Apple has been viewed as little more than the enterprise also-ran against companies like Microsoft, HP, Dell, Lenovo, and others. Maybe it's time for a change. Nowadays, Apple products are nicer than ever. And employees, hoping to get their hands on the latest and greatest devices out there, are increasingly asking their CIOs if they can start using Apple products, including Macs, iPads, and iPhones in the office. Chances are, your answer has consistently been "no." But further inspection of the marketplace and the troubles some companies are having with enterprise-focused solutions reveals that having an all-in policy on Apple products might be a smart move. Yes, you heard that right: It's time for CIOs to consider bringing as many Apple products into the office as possible. Read on to find out why:

This article was originally published on 09-22-2011
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