One in seven public sector computers still running Windows 7 - CRN FOIs

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One in seven public sector computers still running Windows 7 - CRN FOIs

Despite extended support ending today, many public sector organisations have swathes of machines running Windows 7 as they struggle with budget constraints and migrating legacy applications, CRN FoI requests reveal

Some 14 per cent of public sector computers are still running Windows 7 despite Microsoft ending support for the operating system today, according to Freedom of Information (FOI) requests made by CRN....

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