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80% of Organizations Plan to Upgrade to Win 7 in 2010.
While Microsoft has yet to provide any statistics related to the adoption of Windows 7 by enterprise customers, one company dealing with automated application compatibility testing and remediation, indicates that uptake is strong. According to ChangeBASE, makers of AOK, no less than 80% of its customers plan to upgrade to the latest iteration of the Windows client in the first year after the OS was released. At the same time, more than half of organizations looking to migrate to Windows 7, indicate that they will embrace the 64-bit (x64) flavor of the operating system, revealed ChangeBASE’s Greg Lambert.
"This was a bit of a surprise for us - but, given the nature of the PC hardware and software ecosystem today, 64-bit OS migrations should be soon become the norm,” Lambert said, adding, that the number of enterprises planning to upgrade to Windows 7 has increased since the platform’s GA. “Looking back on the research ChangeBASE conducted with senior IT decision-makers ahead of the Windows 7 launch in October 2009, the results showed that more than 65 per cent of organizations hoped to migrate to Windows 7 within 12 months.”
80% of Organizations Plan to Upgrade to Windows 7 in 2010 - Over 50% of which choose 64-bit - Softpedia
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