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Funny that "buy your own damn computer" can be spun as a benefit, but it works for me.

Apple Insider: Following the general trend away from top-down, centralized corporate computing monoculture, Kraft Foods has initiated a "Bring Your Own Computer" program for its employees, providing new support for employees who want to use a Mac.

Kraft's new employee initiative "gives you the freedom to choose the right computer for your lifestyle," according to the fact sheet the company distributed to employees. The program is described as "best suited for employees who want to use a particular type of computer that isn’t currently supplied or supported by Kraft Foods, such as a Mac," and prefer to take their work system home, "have the experience and know-how to take care of their own technical support," and "work out of the office on a regular basis."


I'll note that "Kraft Foods helps pay for the costs with a stipend", and I agree: it works for me

Posted by Sam Ruby on May 07, 2010 at 02:06 AM EDT #

Thanks Sam, I read right over that very important detail. I hope stipend is part of the trend too.

Posted by Dave Johnson on May 07, 2010 at 09:34 AM EDT #

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