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IT professionals have mixed feelings about Apple, survey finds

Apple is increasingly pushing itself into the lucrative world of enterprise IT budgets as a way to expand sales of its iPhones, iPads, and Macs. But enterprise IT folks have mixed feelings about the company, according to a survey of 900 of them from Spiceworks, a social networking site for IT professionals. For instance, IT professionals are watching and talking about Apple a lot.
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