Most lawyers have seen the commercials: “I am a Mac, and I am a PC.” Mac users are represented by youthful, hip, laid back, good-looking types. The PC character, on the other hand is, well, a nerd. Today Macs are seemingly everywhere — even in law offices — for a number of good reasons.

Productivity: My firm made the switch to Macs in 2004, fueled by the substantial loss of productive time spent on e-mail virus problems, network configurations going on the fritz, and programs that would lock up, freezing all open windows and producing the famed blue screen of death.

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