PCs take a byte out of Apple's education business

08/13/2003 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Apple has lost a large chunk of its market share to PCs in the past several years, but Microsoft, Dell and other Apple rivals aren't necessarily to blame. PCs have won the favor of district IT managers and superintendents, who have made it clear that standardization, not ease of use and reliability, are key factors in purchasing computer equipment.

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