Apple News: An Enterprise PC Shop Throws the Switch

As “a direct result of proof-of-concept testing” indicating that the Washington-based Auto Warehousing Co. (AWC) “can cut costs, increase system reliability and security, and provide expanded IT support services,” AWC “will begin systematically pulling the plug on all Windows-based PCs in its cavernous auto processing shop and power up Macs to execute virtually all of its revenue-generating operations. The move comes on the heels of a quiet wholesale replacement of Windows-based servers for data storage and Web operations, which are now running on Apple Inc.’s Xserve RAID machines,” reports Julia King (Computerworld).

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