Dell Study Reveals Windows 7 Uptick Among IT Professionals

Global survey shows Windows 7 set to take off.

Dell Computer Inc. said that a global study on corporate adoption of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system it recently conducted with Kace, a maker of systems management appliances it acquired in early February, revealed that 87 percent of IT professionals surveyed plan to deploy the Windows 7 operating system.

This past January, some 923 IT professionals in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, including managers and executives from a wide range of companies and industry verticals, participated in the Web-based survey, similar versions of which previously have been conducted by Kace in each of the past three years.

Dell suggested that the study yielded a great deal of pro-Windows sentiment, much of which significantly departed from last year's results. Read more...

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