OS X's Windows compatibility opens new avenues

A Computer Reseller News article makes the case that Mac OS X's improved Windows compatibility opens new avenues -- for both users and resellers -- but that Apple isn't doing enough to push it in those new markets: "'The OSX has a strong argument for organizations that are heavily vested in Microsoft workflow because it can complement those environments well. It is a great opportunity for Apple to jump in and play with those organizations, but are people selling it that way? Probably not,' said Tekserve's Cohen, noting Apple doesn't charge for client access licenses." Source: CRN.com

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