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Windows Vista: Ready, Set, Go?

The long-awaited release of Windows Vista is on the horizon. With a projected ship date of November of this year, Microsoft and its customers are gearing up for the release. But will the product ship as promised? Will the delays have an impact on the adoption rate of Vista, and will the new release provide business technology professionals with the security and functionality they've been hoping for?

Learn how nearly 700 business technology professionals answered these questions and more in InformationWeek Research's Windows Vista: Ready, Set, Go? report.

Key areas covered include:

  • Vista Delivery & Adoption Plans
  • Benefits & Features
  • Cost & Licensing Implications
  • Use this 8-page report to examine your companies Windows Vista adoption plans. Learn what challenges you might encounter and how they might impact your deployment.

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