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Windows Server 2003: At What Cost?

This study addresses rollout plans and potential concerns of planned adopters and the potential influence Linux could have on Windows Server 2003 use.
InformationWeek Research takes the mystery out of Microsoft's new server software in its report, Windows Server 2003: At What Cost? The study of 325 IT sites examines rollout plans and potential concerns among planned adopters. The 7-page report also illuminates why some technology buyers are holding off on Microsoft's server operating system.

Use this report to acquaint yourself with Windows Server 2003 customer concerns and expectations, and to understand common perceptions about Microsoft's enterprise strategy. The study also provides a chance to assess if the IT-user community perceives Linux as a viable alternative to the Microsoft offering.

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