If you’re typing away in your cubicle, there’s a good chance you are typing on a Dell.
A new study from Forrester Research shows that Dell, despite losing overall market to share to Hewlett-Packard in the worldwide PC market, continues to be the preferred choice when it comes to enterprise desktops and laptops. The study, released Nov. 12, looked at the PC buying habits of 565 enterprises in North America and Europe during the third quarter of 2007.
Overall, Forrester found that Dell supplied 54 percent of all notebooks and desktops to enterprises in both North America and Europe. HP was the second-most popular vendor, supplying 27 percent of desktops and 21 percent of all laptops. Lenovo, with its Think brand, supplied 16 percent of all desktops and 20 percent of notebooks.
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