Apple® devices work with most enterprise systems and apps that your company already uses - mail and messaging, network connectivity, file sharing, collaboration, and more - giving your employees access to everything they need to do their jobs.
With macOS®, you can move all the information from your old PC to your new Mac®. Built-in Windows-to-Mac migration in macOS® automatically transfers your documents, music, contacts, calendars, and email accounts (Outlook and Windows Live Mail), and puts them in the appropriate folders and applications on your new Mac. Just like that.
You can run Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint on Mac and iPad®, so your team can use those applications just like on a PC and exchange files with PC users transparently. You can also use the online versions of Excel and Word through Safari, Chrome or Firefox.
Furthermore, Apple devices work with key corporate services including Microsoft Exchange, giving your employees full access to their business email, calendar, and contacts, across all their Apple devices. Your employees can use the built-in Apple apps including Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, and Notes to connect, and use Microsoft Outlook on Mac for working with Microsoft Exchange. iPhone®, iPad, and Mac devices support a wide range of connectivity options including standards-based systems like IMAP and CalDAV.
The Files app in iOS® and iPadOS® lets you access your Box, DropBox, OneDrive, and Google Drive™ files all from one place. Get files right on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac and work on your files seamlessly, across devices, from wherever you are.
And Mac offers desktop support for the latest file sync and share technologies, for an intuitive, user-friendly experience.
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