Axel Springer boss talks on Mac migration

Apple’s European chief, Pascal Cagni, last night proudly reiterated (yes the news is 2 months old) that giant German publisher, Axel Springer, plans to move all of its 10,000 employees to the Mac across the next two to three years.

In this rerun, the giant German publisher’s CEO, Dr. Mathias Döpfner, explains the decision to switch to Mac – though it is in German.

We think what he says here goes as follows: – Most of the company’s layout work was already being done on Macs – Macs are more user friendly than other computers – Apple creates the most elegant computers – Macs are cheaper to buy and easier to maintain than they were in the past.

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