Half of Windows Vista adoption driven by security

Wednesday, 23 May 2007, 1:57 PM EST

alf of IT managers who are either testing or installing Microsoft Windows Vista this year said the operating system's security enhancements are the primary driver fueling the move, according to a new study.

Amplitude Research's fourth annual Enterprise Security Survey, which was commissioned by VanDyke Software, surveyed 300 IT professionals -- 217 of whom are contemplating or moving to Vista. Of those looking to Microsoft's newest, and highly touted, operating system, 14% said they are eager to use User Account Control (UAC).

At InformationWeek.

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