Is Apple Trying to Get Down to Businesses?

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If you think Apple isn't interested in becoming a force in the enterprise space, you might have missed some recent announcements from Cupertino. At the Worldwide Developers Conference, the company rolled out iWork for iCloud as a way to begin competing with Microsoft and Google in the productivity arena. Of potentially greater importance, iOS 7 is set to include functionality designed to make it easier for corporate IT departments to manage Apple devices.

In the following video, contributor Doug Ehrman discusses some of the steps Apple has taken to become a bigger player in enterprise.

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