V3 readers have voted overwhelmingly against Apple products, two-thirds claiming that the firm's software and hardware are simply not fit for business use, according to our latest poll.
On the back of some much hyped recent launches from Apple, including the MacBook Air, OS X Lion and Mac Mini, we asked V3 readers which product they thought would help the firm finally break into the enterprise market.
Some 66 per cent said that Apple will never be good for the enterprise, a surprisingly large number considering the iPhone and iPad in particular are very much driving the consumerisation of IT in organisations.
A particularly telling point came last year, for example, when UK bank Standard Chartered offered all staff the option of switching from a BlackBerry to an iPhone.
Given this, it is not surprising that 23 per cent of V3 readers said that only the iPad and iPhone have a chance of permeating the enterprise.
Other Apple products fared even worse. Just nine per cent of V3 readers claimed that Mac OS X Lion could make it as a business tool. This is despite a glowing four-star review V3 gave the new operating system, rating the Auto-Save and Versions features as "genuine time-savers for professional users".
Just two per cent of V3 readers said that the Core i5-powered MacBook Air would help Apple break the enterprise market, while no-one rated the Mac Mini.
Apple is unlikely to be too concerned at these findings, however, given that the latest US Treasury Department figures indicate that the firm now has more cash to spend than the US government.
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