Thinking of migrating from Macs to PCs? Is your business starting to, or is in the midst of, considering consolidating the computer platforms? Here's some info from the Gartner Group, an Information Technology consultancy company based in Connecticut as well as others. None of them have a connection (that I know of) with Apple Computer, Microsoft, Intel, Motorola, or IBM.
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Why Mac? - 75 of the best reasons to own, or continue to own, a Mac.
Return on Investment Brief - Based on research of 30,226 media professionals and more than 10,000 media-producing firms, this technical briefing examines all major factors related to the ways in which desktop computing platforms affect the productivity of creative professionals. Of the top 10 percent of income earners (Best Practice group), 63 percent use Macintosh, 20 percent use Windows platforms
Study Cost of Windows 2000 - The "migration" cost of moving to Windows 2000 could be very steep--up to $3,100 per PC.
Dual-Platform Support Costs - Conventional wisdom indicates that it costs more to support both Macintosh and Windows than to support Windows alone.
Personal Computer Satisfaction - An Independent Study of People Who use Both Macintosh and Windows 95 Computers
Shootouts - 1 to 1 comparisons of Macs and PCs
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