Almost a year ago, then two years into the lifecycle of Windows Vista Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer acknowledged at an industry conference that many enterprises were likely to skip the company’s latest operating system in anticipation of its successor, Windows 7.

With the new operating system shipping imminently, we’re curious as to what kind of reception it will get from IT shops. Will you flock to the new operating system after waiting out Vista? Or will you take a more cautious approach?

We want to hear from YOU about your plans for Windows 7, so write us and tell us.

Also, watch out for our upcoming Sept. 25 issue of ComputerWorld Canada in which we spotlight several Canadian IT shops’ strategies for deploying Windows 7.

 

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