A new survey of IT employees at large companies indicates that 23.8 percent of them will skip updating their PCs to Windows 8, while another 49.9 percent have no plans but may change their minds.
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A company that handles upgrades of PC operating systems for large businesses says that the move to Windows 8 may be not as bad as some in the industry are predicting.
As promised, Microsoft has now allowed members of its Software Assurance service to download the RTM build of Windows 8 Enterprise via the Volume License Service Center.
Less than 24 hours after Microsoft handed over the RTM to OEMs, a copy of the Enterprise SKU for Windows 8 has found its way to a number of torrent download sites on the Internet.
The latest entry in the Windows 8 blog talks about how Windows 8 enterprise customers can allow employees to use their own PCs for work purposes while still controlling their assets.
Microsoft has revealed more information on the upcoming Enterprise SKU for Windows 8, including a list of features that will only be found on the Enterprise version.