Windows 7 is quickly being adopted by the consumer market even though IT management around the world still hasn’t been able to make the jump. Microsoft’s profit was up to 51% over this last year. Office 2010 and Windows 7 are seriously helping Microsoft with those numbers. Consumers see the value Windows 7 brings to the table, as it’s many new and improved features makes the new OS stand tall right next to competitors like OSX.
Even though these features don’t translate well to the corporate world, Windows 7 works seamless with Windows Server 2008 in ways that really increase productivity by streamlining IT management processes.
Some of these features are:
Sooner or later IT departments all over the world will start embracing the benefits brought by the relationship between Windows 7 and Server 2008. Windows XP compatibility requirements are not an excuse anymore as Windows 7 supports Windows XP Mode. In the end, we all benefit.