|May 3, 2005, 03:45 PM||#1|
Bugs, incompatibilities in Tiger affect enterprise
Category: 3rd Party Software
Link: Bugs, incompatibilities in Tiger affect enterprise
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|May 3, 2005, 04:42 PM||#3|
First, I sincerely hope no enterprise is widely deploying a .0 version of ANY OS. Not even the streamlined, flawless offerings of MS
"Some enterprise software developers have discovered that their products are not compatible with Tiger."
And they discovered this just now, did they?
Apple really should come up with a way to let developers test on an OS before it's released. Must brainstorm!
|May 3, 2005, 04:53 PM||#4|
Yes #1: Developers had ample opportunity to not be caught blindsided.
Yes #2: This is always true of every major OS upgrade, and if there is anyone in a corporate setting who has users just upgrading willy-nilly, then either the users are at fault and deserve not to get support (if it's a very small place), or the IT people or incompetent. I mean come on now....Windows XP SP2 was a system *update* and it broke a bunch of things corporate users use. Any system update has to be tested in a controlled install before deployment, for non-home users.
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