Survey report "organization are not planning spending on Windows Vista"

Joshua Levine of ChangeWave Alliance conducted a survey of its more than 1600 corporate IT execs. (ChangeWave is a research company owned by Phillips Investment Resources.) Every quarter the organization conducts a survey on IT spending. The major finding was that almost two-thirds of respondents are not planning on spending their bucks on Vista. "Similar […]

Joshua Levine of ChangeWave Alliance conducted a survey of its more than 1600 corporate IT execs. (ChangeWave is a research company owned by Phillips Investment Resources.) Every quarter the organization conducts a survey on IT spending. The major finding was that almost two-thirds of respondents are not planning on spending their bucks on Vista.

    "Similar to previous survey findings in April, there is still no great rush in the corporate world to adopt Vista. Most importantly, 62% of respondents said their company has no plans to upgrade to Vista -- one point less than previously."

Moreover, the study shows that somewhat more corporations will be buying new PCs with XP instead of Vista.

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Microsoft, Windows Vista, Enterprise, Ogranization, Vista Deployment, Survey