In just two years, the number of business using Macs has almost doubled to 80%, according to researchers at Yankee Group.
Laura DiDio told Computerworld that a survey of 700 senior IT admins and executives also revealed an increase in the number of actual users. It's remarkable, she says, because "Apple Inc. has put little to no official effort into that part of the market."
The odd reason given as a driving force: virtualization. However, in explaining why, the article veers into simply using Macs to run Windows in boot camp. Either way, someone interesting's going on!
8 in 10 [Computerworld]