Once in a while it is time for new devices. The biggest choice then remains: do I go for Windows or Mac? 9 out of 10 employees expect to be able to choose a device.
A prime time to switch to Mac
The software you are used to at all times
In terms of software usage, it no longer matters which operating system you choose if you work from the cloud. Thanks to the cloud, you can always work with the software you are used to, regardless of the operating system. This also allows you to give employees more options for choosing their own device. As long as there is an internet connection, the online workplace can be used worldwide. Online software is updated automatically, so you always have the latest security updates. Finally, you also reduce your carbon footprint because you only use the server space you really need.
What do employees want?
The various surveys show that as many as nine out of ten employees think it is important to be able to choose their work devices. By offering choice, they feel more valued, tend to have a more positive attitude and are more productive. These are important aspects to consider when purchasing new hardware.
Mac or Windows?
Mac and Windows are both systems that work well within organisations. When it is time for new devices, or if you want employees to choose their own devices, it is good to compare the two systems. Based on various studies, we take a closer look at both systems in the white paper 'Switch to Mac'. We look at costs, the lifecycle and what influence employees' preferences have in making the right choice.