We recently completed our CMB Technology Pulse series (free technology market research) on the future of operating systems in the Enterprise. At the end of the series, we conducted a webinar of the findings "How Windows 7 is Changing Enterprise IT OS Plans and Preferences"
CMB Tech Pulse: Windows 7 and Operating Systems
Despite prior problems with Windows Vista, 51% of US enterprises are likely to standardize on Microsoft's new Windows 7 OS for their desktops and laptops within the next two years.
This Pulse In the News:
IBM Tries to Woo Business Customers from Windows 7
USA Today- The move comes as Chadwick Martin Bailey, a Boston market research and consulting firm, released results of a survey of 145 IT professionals indicating 51% of large organizations plan to standardize on Windows 7 for laptops and desktops, while 38% plan to do so with netbooks over the next two years. Read the article at USA Today...
Windows 7 Could See High Business Adoption, Surveys Suggest
Microsoft-Watch: A new study by Chadwick Martin Bailey (CMB) should warm the hearts of all those executives currently biting their fingernails in Redmond: their survey of 145 IT professionals indicated that the majority intended to standardize Windows 7 across multiple products in their enterprise.