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Gartner: Don’t Upgrade to Vista

Discussion in 'News' started by tripwire45, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    Gartner: Don’t Upgrade to Vista

    Gartner says upgrading to Windows Vista early doesn’t make sense from a business perspective. Gartner covers Microsoft’s plans to release Windows Vista incrementally, and says that it won’t be worth the deployment cost and risk to upgrade before 2008. He moves on to suggest that it should be entirely ignored until 2008, at which time, organizations should look in to upgrading, however, make sure proper steps are taken to minimize risk and losses, and therefore, will probably not be ready for upgrade until 2010.

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    1. Boycie
      Normal thing then. Wait untill all the problems have been sorted :tune
    2. Bluerinse
      I will wait for service pack 4 to be released :D
    3. mccord
      Hang on its 64 bit so most organisations will not have the hardware to upgrade to it anyway
    4. simongrahamuk
      Both 32 and 64 bit versions will be available. 8)
    5. trislloyd
      We are only just getting our client computers on XP (some are still on NT) so i guess we will implement Vista in 2010 when they have made it stable! lol

      Gonna have to study to support Vista now! Damn I.T industry!

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