Published/updated: November 2010
The economic downturn caused many companies to delay their desktop and notebook refresh plans, but this can only be put off for so long before the slow performance and increased failure rate start to bite hard.
So whatís the next desktop upgrade going to be?
While new hardware is a given for many, there are many decisions to be made on migrating to both Windows 7 and Office 2012. Is it worth biting the bullet and moving en-masse, or are there other factors in play that make you think twice?
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