I know, let's start a multi-national company and network the entire system with a minimum of 400 workstations and 15 servers in your farm to interface with public orders, customer service interface, databased inventory with object linking and embedding for logistics, e-mail management, and multiple other on-line services.
You do your company with Apple products and I'll use Microsoft based products.
Who do you think will have the most affordable infrastructure management?
Who do you think will spend the most on equipment?
Who will be able so save enough on the purchase of their systems to completely lease and furnish his entire home facility?
Which one can get sufficient support almost anywhere?
Which one runs Windows based programming (the obvious industry standard) without add-ons?
Which one does 95% of the businesses in the entire world choose for obvious reasons?
Do the other 5% choose theirs because their schools had some free ones they learned on?
They both work well but the choice should be obvious! Wake up and smell the INDUSTRY STANDARD!
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