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MS admits Vista challenges

 
 
Jonathan Walker
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      08-25-2007
http://www.itweb.co.za/sections/chan...&A=BAP&O=FPTOP

"" He says the company is downgrading roughly 25% of the Vista machines it
sells. ”Consumers are not taking a long-term view like the corporates are,
they just want it gone.”
Support overload
This, he says, impacts support because the company has to handle calls
from customers, as well as the clients that arrive at its offices wanting
downgrades. Further, he says, this impacts corporate roll-outs, which are
far more time- and resource-consuming without bulk image blasting
capabilities. ""


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