About a year ago, I enthusiastically switched to OS
X running on a PowerBook laptop. Since then IÂve experienced the ups
and downs of managing enterprise IT from a PowerBook. As a personal
device, my PowerBook has become the center of my digital life in a way
that my Windows laptop never did, mainly because I love the look and
feel. Yet running OS X in a typical enterprise is not problem-free. A
positive experience, yes, but not perfect.[read the rest here]
A couple of bonus links (because I have been neglectful of posting links to my past couple of InfoWorld columns):
- The Whining Class: Is it time to crack down on willfully clueless users who soak up support bandwidth?
- Real-world laptop recovery lessons: A story in which yours truly laments a forgotten boot disk deep in Mexico — but not deep enough to be without Costco.