More than one year after its general availability (GA) launch, Windows 7 powers one out of every 10 PCs within North American and European companies. While far from overwhelming — especially considering that Windows XP still powers 75% — IT managers worldwide are preparing for a significant desktop transformation over the next three years. Why? As firms naturally refresh their PCs, IT managers are already deploying Windows 7 on 31% of new PCs today, and within a year the number will increase to 83%. But this desktop transformation involves more than just a simple hardware refresh and operating system upgrade. It also entails empowering their workforce with more modern browsers, office suite and productivity applications, connectivity options, and security controls.
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Windows 7 commerical adoption outlook
Windows 7 adoption drives firms to a modern desktop powered by new hardware, operating system, browser, and office suite
Category: Operating system
Date: 14 July 2011, 17:21
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