Windows Vista is the next release of Microsoft’s XP desktop operating system. Released on 30 November, it holds out the prospect of increased end-user productivity, tighter control over security and a brand-new graphical user interface, and IT directors are being urged to assess how it fits in with their corporate PC strategy.
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This was first published in November 2006