The survey, conducted by UK based email marketing firm emedia, found that 82 percent of respondents said enhanced security and compliance was the major advantage of upgrading to the software giant’s new operating system.
However, less than half of those people surveyed expect their company to migrate to Vista this year and half of the respondents said that switching to the new software would distract IT departments from other important issues.
“Cyber security poses the biggest threat facing businesses, and it is clear that respondents to this survey hope Vista might provide some answers,” said David Clark, managing director at emedia.
“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.”
Study: IT workers cite security as main benefit of Vista
By Fiona Raisbeck on Jan 30, 2007 5:03PM