The enterprise Mac.

The enterprise Mac. IN MAY 2001, Apple began shipping OS X on new Macs. Six months later, at the O’Reilly Peer-to-Peer and Web Services conference, it was clear that a sea change was under way. The open-source geeks who flock to these events were flouting Microsoft not with PC notebooks running Linux, but with PowerBooks running OS X. Displayed on their gorgeous Aqua screens was the Mac’s newest and most unlikely killer app: SSH, the secure shell, in all its 80-column, 25-line splendor. [Full story at InfoWorld.com.] [Jon’s Radio]

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