Mac Developer: Apple to take 11% of global enterprise market by 2015 thanks to iPhone 'halo effect'
Apple to take 11% of global enterprise market by 2015 thanks to iPhone 'halo effect' - Also a factor are apps, the report says. Cisco, for example, takes advantage of Apple's Developer Program to roll out its own in-house apps for employees.
In addition, Apple is making strides in security and encryption that make both iOS and OS X a viable and attractive option for government agencies.
Although I'd like to get back into developing for Windows, I can't figure out what machine I would need to buy in order to install the "free" development tools, nor whether they would allow me to build Win32 apps.
On the Android front, I believe 4.3 was default on my device when I got it shortly before the holidays. At some point in the past 2 weeks, an in-the-background over-the-air update to Chrome has made the browser unusable for one of my key tasks.
Can you imagine working on a corporate help desk and to arrive one morning to learn that 40,000 of your employees are unable to access a critical web portal because some fancy new browser feature that nobody has ever asked for is now installed systemwide without any way to roll back the change? Is anyone awake out there? Bueller? Anyone?
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