According to a report in the Financial Times, Google is getting rid of Microsoft Windows on the search titan's internal machines. Employees privy to the discussions say the decision was made over security concerns, especially following the Chinese hacking incident earlier this year.
"We're not doing any more Windows. It is a security effort," one Google employee reportedly said, while another worker claimed that "Getting a new Windows machine now requires CIO approval."
Officially, Google had no comment on the matter, but as the story goes, the search giant has been busy moving systems over to Apple's Mac OS and versions of Linux.