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Windows 8 Upgrade Plans: Exclusive Research

A majority of enterprises have upgrade plans for Windows 8, though it won't be available until next year. See what else IT pros have to say about Microsoft's "reimagined" operating system.
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Windows 8 Server, which features a wealth of new tools for virtualization and private cloud development, should see slow but steady adoption within IT organizations.

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11/3/2011 | 7:00:45 PM
re: Windows 8 Upgrade Plans: Exclusive Research
I'll bet a majority of businesses had plans to upgrade to Vista, too. How did that work out for you?
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11/2/2011 | 8:10:52 PM
re: Windows 8 Upgrade Plans: Exclusive Research
Multi-Media / Slide Shows are not Articles or Stories. Please list them for what they are.
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11/1/2011 | 8:35:57 PM
re: Windows 8 Upgrade Plans: Exclusive Research
"For the frst time in its history, the company is forking the OS into two builds..."
Windows NT had builds for x86, MIPS and Alpha
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