Enterprises finally take to Windows Vista


Enterprises finally take to Windows Vista

Antony Savvas

Enterprises are slowly taking to Windows Vista, says Forrester.

The analyst firm's annual hardware survey found that 31% of IT managers in North American and European enterprises have begun their migration to Vista, and Vista is powering just under 10% of all PCs within enterprises.

Forrester said, "Despite considerable interest in Windows 7 - Windows Vista's eventual successor, slated for release in early 2010 - Windows Vista is finally shaping up to be the operating system that dethrones Windows XP."

"While most IT managers are anticipating the struggle with managing their upcoming dual-OS environments of Windows XP and Windows Vista, some recognise it will only get worse as they are required to more broadly support Macs, Linux, and even consumer PCs, as a result of tech populism's impact on the client domain."

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