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Run Windows apps on your Mac without Windows

I’m sorry. What? I get that for high level number crunching in Finance, EXCEL is needed. Numbers doesn’t do it. And there are other domain specific products. So, I do get the need for others … BUT ….
“However, there are a couple that slip through my fingers, like Microsoft’s Visio Professional. It doesn’t exist on the Mac side and I really need it for my day job as a software quality vice president.”

Christopher Spera

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A software quality vice president that has never heard of OmniGraffl? (I have been a user since Omni came out with it - so would look no further) - but a quick Google search also reveals Lucid Chart and ConceptDraw as potential alternatives.

Up next A New Scam or Not Paying Attention? An article by Panic’s Cabel Sasser has been doing the rounds over the past few days. And at first glance I thought ‘wow’. And then after some Sometimes you forget how far we have come “Data were found in books by a research department skilled in the art of extracting obscure economic figures and statistics, which were copied to
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