BEAN-COUNTERS at Gartner have warned businesses that they should roll out Vista as soon as possible or be prepared for pain.
The outfit is, apparently, a little concerned that some businesses have written Vista off as a lemon and have decided to wait until Vole comes up with something better.
But according to ZDNET, Big G has said nay, nay, and thrice nay, as companies could feel some pain later down the line.
Gartner research vice president Michael Silver said that outfits have delayed their Vista migrations to the point of stupidity and now some are considering late 2008 or even 2009, while others mull skipping the OS completely.
But Silver warned that there were no guarantees that the next version of Windows, code-named "Windows 7" will arrive on time and might end up being just as lemon flavoured.
He pointed out that some outfits who tried to skip one of Vole's finest products found themselves up to their necks in ISC support problems.
Anyone trying to by-pass Vista will have the same woes, he warned. µ
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