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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

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My company is decades old and I have recently switched to Mac. The server that I use for my PM business is a solid SCO. All of my clients like it, it performs very well and I update it every 10 years or so.

I was concerned that a Mac may not be compatable, but that was not the case. I found a emulator that read it perfectly called Macwise. The folks at the Apple Store were steering me to Parallels and Boot Camp, but all that is not necessary.

Just a word from my view.

Panic On,

Cam
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