It is always the best policy to tell the truth, unless, of course, you are an exceptionally good liar - Jerome K. Jerome
EVERY FEW YEARS perennial software redeveloper Microsoft bestirs itself, thrashes around for a few months (or years), makes a lot of noise, and eventually releases yet another version of its Windows PC operating system in order to clip more revenue from its customers for a slightly different version of software they've already bought at least once before, if not several times. It seems that Microsoft can never get it right, so it always has to do it over.
It's coming up on that time again, and this time Microsoft is flogging what it calls Windows 8, hoping that its loyal but none too bright customers, especially those in large enterprises having lots of people who use PCs, will dutifully drink the koolaid again and buy this latest release.
For those business enterprises that won't just automatically buy Windows 8 simply because it's new, our sister IT news website V3 has put together its take on the Top 10 reasons for and against Windows 8 succeeding in the enterprise. Enjoy. µ
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