I talked a few weeks ago about how Alfresco has gone from Dell to the Mac in the space of one year (and dragged along Zimbra and other Mac-friendly applications to make the process more enjoyable). Two years ago, we had only one Mac (mine). Today, we have a majority of Macs.
Of course, it's one thing to talk about it, and quite another to see it. Here's a picture from this week's management meeting in London:
It only takes one...to create many converts. There is simply no credible reason to hold back on adopting the Mac anymore. It's perhaps the best open-source development platform for those who want the power of Unix/Linux with the ease of use of Mac OS X. It runs Windows, if that's your thing.
In that little room I believe we're seeing the future of the desktop. If you don't believe me, check out this little room. It's called a classroom. And it's awash in Macs. Many, many Macs.