Windows 10 migrations to continue into 2018 - Context

Hannah Breeze
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Analyst says businesses have made "slow progress" when upgrading to the latest operating system

Businesses are in no desperate hurry to migrate to Windows 10, and could be doing so well into 2018, according to Context. The analyst said that the popularity of Windows 7 means businesses have...

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