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7/24/2009
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Michael Healey
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Is There Really Interest In Windows 7?

Sometimes it's hard to gauge whether or not a particular technology has real interest or just the native curiosity all IT professionals have when something is 'new'. In the case of Windows 7, the interest is real. InformationWeek Analytics launched a research survey this week on organizations plans for Windows 7. Typical research surveys get 500 respondents; folks that are genuinely interested in the topic, not just filling out the survey to win an IPod. How many have taken the time to revie

Sometimes it's hard to gauge whether or not a particular technology has real interest or just the native curiosity all IT professionals have when something is 'new'.

In the case of Windows 7, the interest is real. InformationWeek Analytics launched a research survey this week on organizations plans for Windows 7. Typical research surveys get 500 respondents; folks that are genuinely interested in the topic, not just filling out the survey to win an IPod.

How many have taken the time to review their plans and thoughts on Windows 7?Over 1,000 an counting. The survey closes tomorrow; join in and let us know your plans. It only takes 5 minutes and yes you can win an Ipod. Hmmm. Ipod is from Apple... maybe we should have offered a Zune.

http://informationweek.windows7survey.sgizmo.com/

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