CNET: News.com: Study: Cost of Windows 2000 seen highSep 09, 1999, 14:47 (12 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Melanie Austria Farmer)
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"Companies looking to Microsoft Windows 2000 to help curb spiraling information technology costs should think again, according to a research report."
"The 'migration' cost of moving to Windows 2000 could be very steep--up to $3,100 per PC, according to a study prepared by the Gartner Group, an IT consultancy. That will make it difficult for companies to achieve any return on their investment for at least three years, the report says."