Mythbusters: Should Your Law Firm Switch From Windows to Mac?
By Sara Skiff
Coming today to TechnoFeature: If your law firm switches to Macs you'll lose about 50 pounds and get to hang out with the cool crowd. That's what Apple's TV advertisements would have you believe. Meanwhile, Microsoft's commercials claim that you'll pay an Apple tax. Legal technology consultant Christel Burris suggests you ignore all the claims and instead focus on real-world usage in law firms and the products that exist on both platforms. In this TechnoFeature article, she engages in some mythbusting based on her experience this year with a law firm that uses both operating systems. What does Christel conclude? Read her analysis to find out.
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