The exclusive club of Mac devotees is quietly expanding from students and artists to the corporate world, BusinessWeek reports. And the change is fueled by workers, not sales calls: In fact, nearly nine in 10 recently surveyed companies admitted that Mac-loving workers are influencing computer buys. And it's contributing to a predicted 33% growth in Apple's second quarter revenue.
"Everybody told me I should get one," said one Silicon Valley CEO convinced to join the Mac club. "It's not anything to do with negative perceptions about Microsoft. It's just that Macs are cool."