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Aozora to replace PCs with Macs

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Mon April 3, 2006

Aozora to replace PCs

Aozora Bank is planning to switch most of its 2,300 desktop computers to Macs, in a multi-year effort to replace the company's outdated systems. A third of Aozora's computers are already Macs, and within a few months the company expects roughly 90 percent of its systems will be Macs, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Aozora CTO Bill Chute says the company chose Macs because of due to Mac OS X, which has made the machines more functional and stable. Prior to Mac OS X, "it would have been impossible," because Macs did not have the reliability or the functionality that Aozora requires.




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  1. iolaire

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    Japanese Bank

    For those of you who don't want to Google it, Aozora Bank is a Japanese Bank...

  1. iolaire

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Japanese Bank

    For those of you who don't want to Google it, Aozora Bank is a Japanese Bank...

  1. itguy05

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Smart Move

    As usual, the Japaneese lead the Americans in progressive thinking....

  1. driven

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Sony's back yard

    Wow ... another coup in Sony's back yard.

  1. just a poster

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    why only 90%

    They aren't done until there's no MS Windows.

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