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ArtWittmann
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12/29/2011 | 5:09:12 PM
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I'd agree with that. There's also a lot that goes with the server OS choice. A lot of It organizations are using active directory for access control and microsoft admin tools. So moving away from MS products isn't easy.
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12/29/2011 | 1:49:53 AM
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"Already, 63% of you say you'll run Windows 8 on at least 50% of your servers."

Wow, that is really amazing. Have these people heard of Linux? It is more reliable and way less expensive. I think this has to do with the skill base (i.e. tons of Windows admins everywhere) vs. the technology/business case.
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12/28/2011 | 5:55:39 PM
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Art,

Best article yet regarding the "crystal ball" forecasts for 2012. Keep writing and I will keep reading.


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