Resellers prosper as cyberattacks spook clients into Windows 10 adoption

Trevor Treharne
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 High profile cyber attacks have businesses worried.
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High profile cyber attacks have businesses worried.

After the WannaCry and Petya attacks, reseller tells CRN that Windows 10 is now 'front and centre' for clients

The response to recent cyberattacks has been the accelerated adoption of Windows 10, leaving resellers to gain from rattled businesses. Two years after its launch, 60 per cent of global organisations...

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