“In the latest sign that Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system may be destined for less than overwhelming commercial success, a new InformationWeek survey has found that nearly one third of businesses do not plan on upgrading their computers to the much-hyped software,” Paul McDougall reports for InformationWeek.
McDougall reports, “Tech professionals at the businesses surveyed were asked the following question: ‘When, if ever, does your company plan to purchase and install Windows Vista?'”
“One quarter of the 612 survey respondents said they were already using the new OS; 13% said they would do so in the next 12 months, while 27% said their companies would adopt Windows Vista more than one year from now,” McDougall reports.
McDougall reports, “But in what will surely be viewed as disappointing news at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA, a full 30% of those surveyed said they had no plans to upgrade their systems to Windows Vista — not ever.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Don” and “Matt” for the heads up.]