Hello! I work for a great company that lets us mac users use our macs (we actually started out all mac but we have had some PC guys creep their way in over the years). Anyway - with the owner and the original crew still loving and using macs, we get our macs and we all work together on our filing systems and anything needed. Well - the time has come where we have outgrown our infrastruction (we're an e-commerce business) and part of the big plan in 2010 is to rebuild with a new system. Our IT guy came to me today and basically said a lot of the people we're speaking with about new systems don't necessarily have mac solutions. They have GREAT solutions to our overall needs, but of course the mac is still the little guy in these huge systems and that means us mac users may have to use windows for some software needs. So what he wanted me to find out is what is the BEST solution to present a windows software on a mac? Terminal emulation? Boot Camp? Terminal Server? Obviously I know you can run Windows on a mac, I just never have. Its never had a purpose for me so I just havent bothered. I left Windows many moons ago and I havent had a reason to go back. So - if anyone knows the best solution for business, please let me know so I can pass the info along. I know we wont be running STRICTLY on windows, but I have a feeling some external software to deal with our databases and customers may have to run on Windows, so we're looking for the best solution to make it easy on us mac users who don't necessarily WANT to work on Windows. One of the big things to keep in mind is we have to be able to easily switch over because MOST work will still be done using the mac...but there will be software that may require switching over to Windows quickly so we want to avoid having to restart and boot into Windows to check on something with our system then have to reboot and start back into OSX to get back to our other work - that's definitely something we can't be doing. Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks very much in advance!