The Mac edition came about due to customer demand, Ajenstat said. The company had noticed that a sizable portion of its users were already running the Windows edition of the software on Macs, by placing them in virtual machines. This is the first time they will be able to run the application natively.
"There's definitely more Macs in the office than there was before," Ajenstat said.
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