Monday, January 12, 2009

Microsoft moves on from Vista

January 12, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Microsoft releases Windows 7 beta
Colin Steele, Site Editor

Microsoft tries to move on from the Vista fiasco by releasing the Windows 7 beta at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Hopes are high among solution providers, but Microsoft still wants XP users to upgrade to Vista before moving on to Windows 7. Will the strategy backfire?

Catch up on Windows 7 plus all of the week's big news: channel shake-ups at Dell and Novell, VMware's new COO and Sun's cloud computing acquisition.

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VMware betas could bring trouble
Blog: Concern is growing about VMware's habit of including experimental features in supposedly "final" versions of its products. The virtualization leader risks alienating potential customers -- and partners -- if something goes wrong with these features.
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