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  • October 22, 2012 22 Oct'12

    Gartner restates Windows 8 is a slow burner

    Gartner's head of research Peter Sondergaard has used a speech at the analyst firm's symposium in Orlando to restate that Windows 8 will take time to penetrate the corporate market

  • October 22, 2012 22 Oct'12

    Surface already ticking corporate boxes

    The Microsoft Windows 8-based tablet Surface looks like getting a good run at the business market as SecureData reveals users are attracted by the compatibility of the operating system with existing infrastructure

  • October 19, 2012 19 Oct'12

    Microsoft suffers profit drop as world waits for Win 8

    Microsoft reported a drop in profits blaming sluggish sales of PCs using its operating system as users chose instead to wait for the launch of Windows 8 later this month

  • October 11, 2012 11 Oct'12

    BSA becomes Software Alliance

    The Business Software Alliance has revealed a name change as it looks to promote its activities beyond simply the enterprise market

  • October 10, 2012 10 Oct'12

    Windows 8 expected to be slow starter

    Some of Microsoft's OEM partners have expressed the view that Windows 8 will take time to drive hardware sales into the corporate market

  • October 03, 2012 03 Oct'12

    Public sector fails to open up to SMEs

    The government might have talked about making it easier for smaller suppliers to win public sector IT contracts but the UK IT Association has found it is not happening

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