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Vista Push Relies on ROI

Corporate customers aren't exactly sitting on pins and needles waiting for Vista. IT is a bit more wait-and-see -- as in, wait for the bigger bugs to be worked out, security holes plugged and a service pack tested and shipped! Microsoft isn't so patient. Redmond is telling IT that the sooner it upgrades, the sooner it'll save money -- reduced admin costs and even savings on electricity -- as Vista PCs manage power the same way today's laptops do.

Posted by Doug Barney on October 19, 2006 at 11:52 AM


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