Vista: Do you need it?

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.

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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Vista pick-up will be rapid, says Ovum

Is Vista what we have all been waiting for?

Pretty interfaces alone do not make a business case

ERP integration is lure for IT chiefs

Prepare for Windows Vista development with .net 3.0

Bloggers dissect Vista technology

Microsoft still working on Vista drivers

Adobe may still sue over Vista antitrust issues

Big firms won't be hurried on move to Vista , says Corporate IT Forum

CIOs set out to establish Vista ’s business benefits

Doubts raised over Vista PC security tool

Windows Vista well behind schedule, warns Gartner

Full Vista spec PC to cost ‘£350 more per desktop’

This was last published in November 2006

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