Apple TV Could Follow The iPad Into Big Companies (AAPL)

Apple TV Could Follow The iPad Into Big Companies (AAPL)

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Not only will enterprises eat up the new iPad, but they could also become big users of Apple TV, one enterprise user of both told Business Insider. MicroStrategy is a 3,000-employee, 22-year-old software company that has already been transformed by the iPad and Apple TV. "Apple markets the iPad...
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techcrunch.com
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