Windows XP SP2 worrisome to I.T. managers

Friday, 27 August 2004, 8:44 AM EST

A third of I.T. managers have admitted that they have "no idea what to expect" when deploying the Microsoft Windows XP SP2, new research has claimed.

According to a survey conducted by independent research firm InsightExpress for I.T. support firm SupportSoft, the remainder expect that the SP2 upgrade will dramatically increase the number of end-user support calls they have to deal with.

At CIO Today.

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