I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t have a ton of experience with Macs, so it’s certainly possible I’m missing something important.
The more experience I have with them, the more I am convinced that they just aren’t built for business use. Maybe that’s not Apple’s fault entirely. At the very least, software companies who cater to business aren’t interested in building quality business products for Macs.
You can tell when Microsoft wants you to do something a certain way. They try to make that method easy while making other methods more difficult.
If Apple works the same way, then they really don’t want you to be part of a business network with centralized authentication and policy management. (Or use any kind of non-superficial security.) They really don’t want you to be able to use robust backup and restore software. Nor do they want you to be able to run or access large databases.
So, Mac-aficionados (notice I didn’t use the other term), what am I missing here?