AppleInsider has posted a story sourced from Charlie Wolf, an analyst from Needham & Company that "Mac sales in the enterprise during Apple's last fiscal quarter grew a whopping 66 percent, significantly outpacing the rest of the PC market, which grew just 4.5 percent in the enterprise."
In an article posted to CIO.com, Tom Kaneshige highlights a newly released survey from Enterprise Desktop Alliance that 'Macs were cheaper in six of seven computer management categories.'
In his April 14, 2009 article at Fortune titled "Free to choose (your PC)", Senior writer Jon Fortt highlights that firms can cut technology costs when they allow employees the option of choosing and managing their work computers.
In his March 26, 2009 article at CIO, Tom Kaneshige details how some Windows developers have a preferences for Apple Macs. It's well known that Apple Macs are often used by those in creative roles but Macs are seeing increased adoption amongst developers.
In an article geared for business Danny Bradbury writing for Financial Post describes how more firms are embracing Macs. In the article titled 'Mac catching firms' eyes', Bradbury provides an example of Overlay.TV, a Ottawa, Canada based firm that has embraced Mac use within the firm. He also provides information on Apple's Boot Camp as well as virtualization applications for the Mac.
Enterprise software vendor Oracle has developed two key applications for the Apple iPhone that have been unveiled at the company's annual Oracle World conference. Oracle will be delivering these as well as future iPhone applications via Apple's iTunes App Store.