Vista Is A Distraction

Posted: Feb 1 2007, 3:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:53am CDT, in Notebooks and PCs


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Vista is a Distraction

Vista has been released and its release is seen as a distraction from more important issues for 49 percent of IT professionals based on a survey conducted by online research specialists, emedi. Though IT professionals are concerned about improving security and compliance, some of their delays in switching over to Vista are concerns of application incompatibility and costs.

In regards to IT professionals’ concern about security, David Clark, managing director at emedia states, “Given the importance of security and the expectation that Vista will improve the security situation, it is surprising that so many IT workers see its deployment as a distraction.Survey after survey shows that IT professionals routinely know what they ought to be doing - so perhaps this reflects that they’re often so busy keeping up that they don’t actually have time to raise their head and look ahead.”

With the constant and variety of threats in cyberspace and with Vista in its early stages, emedia aims to rerun the survey within 12 months to establish how intentions measured up to actions.

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