Businesses biding time on Vista upgrades
Six months after the launch of Windows Vista, businesses remain cautious about Microsoft's latest operating system. Although Microsoft has painted a rosy picture of adoption of its new operating system, analysts say the decision to upgrade hasn't been quick or simple for enterprises. Vista is a much bigger change for businesses than XP, which was essentially a Windows 2000 update, said Ovum analyst David Bradshaw. As a result companies will upgrade to it depending on their needs and whether it is supported by their existing hardware. Bradshaw said: "They [big firms] have to resolve all these kind of issues. The bigger the organisation, the bigger the problems they'll have."
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