Thursday, January 13, 2005

What's up, Mac? Focus on Quality, Support for Tiger

What's up, Mac? Focus on Quality, Support for Tiger: "Microsoft has delivered world-class technology products for the Macintosh platform for more than 20 years. Founded in 1997, Microsoft's Macintosh Business Unit (Mac BU) is a leading developer of software products for Macintosh customers. The group is comprised of nearly 200 fulltime Mac product experts who are dedicated to creating innovative software for Mac customers worldwide. Created by Mac users for Mac users, products include Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac, a productivity suite that includes the e-mail application and personal information manager Entourage 2004, Word 2004, Excel 2004, PowerPoint 2004 and MSN Messenger for Mac, and Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac Version 7.
PressPass spoke with Roz Ho, general manager for the Macintosh Business Unit, about her role within the group, its successes and goals, as well as announcements at Macworld 2005 and beyond."

Hmm -- Amazon.com has Mac Office student edition for $132.99 and the SRP for the Pro version is $499 ($329 for a version upgrade). Which company do you suppose makes more money on Mac sales, Apple or Microsoft?...
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