Enterprises unprepared for the 'death' of Windows 7 - report

Tom Wright
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Report claims that 43 per cent of businesses are still running on Windows 7, with the operating system entering its last 12 months of support

A number of enterprises are unprepared for Microsoft pulling the plug on Windows 7 support next year, a report has claimed. Research from content delivery firm Kollective found that 43 per cent ...

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