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Recent third-party studies suggest that few enterprises have completed Vista migrations. Several reasons exist for this, including cost, complexity, compatibility issues, and the simple fact that for many users, Windows XP is still “good enough.” Enterprises that do decide to adopt Vista face many challenges, but by following best practices they may take advantage of the OS. Discussion points include:
- Current trends in Vista adoption and early feedback from affected enterprises.
- Key points of pain to watch for in a Vista migration.
- Alternatives to Vista, including the status quo.
- Implications of Vista in the enterprise.
- Best practices for Vista migration planning.
Vista may very well be the biggest IT project of the year. Be sure to properly assess the situation before taking the plunge.