1Why Vista? Good Question
2Why Vista? Good Question – Primary Desktop OS
Vista? What Vista? One year after Vista-
3Why Vista? Good Question – Future OS
And it seems that enterprises are planning on sticking with what they have for the foreseeable future: 72 percent of respondents said that the OS they-
4Why Vista? Good Question – Why Make the Move?
More than two-thirds of respondents saw no compelling reason to move to Vista: Thirty-seven percent said they were not planning on moving to Vista because other Windows platforms were meeting their needs, and 31 percent said they had no plans to move to Vista because of the problems that had been reported with the new OS.
5Why Vista? Good Question – For Those That Have
The primary driver for moving to Vista? Increased security? Only for 17 percent of respondents. Improved usability/functionality? Just for 7 percent of respondents. Improved reliability? Er, just 3 percent of respondents were driven by that.
6Why Vista? Good Question – Carried Away
7Why Vista? Good Question – Not for Nothing
On that same note, a large number of respondents wrote in responses indicating that the primary driver for Vista was the realization that Microsoft would eventually cut support for XP.
8Why Vista? Good Question – Show of Support
Forty-four percent of respondents have plans to upgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 3 companywide, with 45 percent of respondents saying they planned to perform the upgrade one to three months after it is released.
9Why Vista? Good Question – -Other-
All that said, Vista is high on respondents-