6 things Microsoft needs to do before I’ll take Windows seriously
May 26, 2010, 19:32 (11 Talkback[s])
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"I'm an IT guy in what is still largely a Windows world. I've
been managing Windows workstations and servers for a living since
1996 or so, and I've always been left shaking my head, wondering
how, exactly, Windows is considered "enterprise ready", especially
when better alternatives — as development platforms, as
workstations, and especially as servers — are widely
"While the Information Technology industry hasn't caught up just
yet, I like to consider myself a bit more forward looking than
that. The way I see it, Windows isn't ready for the enterprise yet.
Sure, it might be good for playing games, but for doing serious
work? For securing customer data and transactions? For safeguarding
your company's future and productivity?
"Not even close, not from what I've seen."