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Like XP or Vista: how will businesses treat Windows 8?
Setting up the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit. Can Windows 8's new business features justify its jarring UI overhaul?
Windows 8 Release Preview
Windows 7 is a big step up from XP, both in terms of security and features. For businesses who are in the middle of or have already completed Windows 7 migrations, can Windows 8 offer them enough incentive to consider upgrading again, or do its interface changes doom it to share Vista's fate?
New business-oriented features in Windows 8
Back in the days of the Consumer Preview, Microsoft putoutaPDF detailing the most pertinent Windows 8 features for small and large businesses (that PDF is still a good resource for the Release Preview and will remain so for the release version of Windows 8, so read up if you're interested). Some of these have relatively broad appeal for businesses, while others will be more useful for particular niches.
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