Apple computers are the obvious choice to some people. The beautiful, sleek design, ease of use, “just works” functionality, and now the sharp, new retina display are great selling points. Macbook Pros suit a lot of people and projects really well. There’s no doubt Apple computers are pretty, functional, and easy to use. But it’s exactly the ease of use that makes Apple products so vulnerable. They quickly and seamlessly connect wherever you are. They don’t come with some of the more technical problems other devices might. But that’s the beauty as well as the beast. Because they are so open, they’re more open to attacks. And while it’s true that Apple has made it this far with very few major virus attacks in comparison to Windows computers, those days are nearly over. More and more viruses are out there attacking Apple computers now, and it’s dangerous to go on assuming a sort of immunity to viruses and malicious attacks. At this point, you really have to ask yourself which companies are more equipped to handle virus attacks? How quickly will the response time be to issue patches and updates? If you’re really dealing with sensitive data on a regular…
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