Re: It's called OS X
Some businesses have already tried apple in the past and where it falls down is with backwards compatibility.
A while back when a new version of the OS was released it broke some software that was very popular. (cant remember what it was or what version of mac os it was) apples official response was "upgrade the software to something else that works"
so for a business, that means more capital investment in the software, more expense in training users to use the new software and half the company using incompatible files with each other...
This is why windows will always dominate any serious office environment. its all down to the TCO and good support. And lets face it, any business who has the updates enabled need to sack the IT staff. Updates are only installed when said update has been tested with the companies core software.