Curious to hear from those in the game, especially in big enterprise. Some companies seem to have fully embraced Macs as a supported device, others have tried and failed and some aren't interested at all - What's your situation? Fully support Macs for particular roles? Complete choose your own device program (Ala IBM)? BYOD? iPhones a standard but no Macs? Developers or marketing have them unsupported and no one speaks of it? Execs have them and IT hates it? Attempted to integrate them and failed? Common stumbling blocks I've heard having had this discussion with a few people... (but I'm curious to hear more or how common these are.) - Cost - Hardware support from Apple lacking - IT skills lacking - No enterprise grade deployment tools - Not possible to adhere to security policy - OS X can't deliver the hardened security environment windows can - Too many windows apps in environment - Citrix/RDP for aforementioned windows apps is garbage - 802.11x integration issues (AD certs, SCEP etc) - Network drive/DFS integration issues - AD Integration issues I might be bullish on it, but I think we're heading to a completely device and infrastructure agnostic world and it's only a matter of time before the expectation is people are given whatever device they're most comfortable (read: efficient) on. If companies don't get in-front of it they might be left behind.