IT managers and CIOs are holding off upgrading Windows 2000 systems despite mainstream support for the operating system ending this month, a Computerworld investigation has revealed.
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It's open slather for mobile devices in many enterprises where their usage and management is a policy-free zone.
With support for Window's NT 4.0 servers ending on December 31 2004, Microsoft's offer of a flat fee for a two-year custom support program has failed to win over Australian IT managers.
Only one in five IT managers surveyed by analyst firm IDC understood grid computing with most respondents failing to see its value as a technology alternative that has any relevance in the real world.