Foley on Microsoft
Which will you choose?
After talking with IT folks at a number of companies of varying sizes, I'd say Vista's beauty will be in the eye of the beholder. There really are some customers who are champing at the bit for Vista, while others have absolutely no interest in moving to Vista by 2008 or even later. Here's what both fans and detractors are saying.
Five Reasons to Deploy
Five Reasons to Delay
So what's your take? Are you doing a Vista wait and see? Write me at [email protected] and let me know which camp you're in and why.
About the Author
Mary Jo Foley is editor of the ZDNet "All About Microsoft" blog and has been covering Microsoft for about two decades. She's the author of "Microsoft 2.0" (John Wiley & Sons, 2008), which examines what's next for Microsoft in the post-Gates era.
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