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Windows 7 could be gaining traction among businesses looking to upgrade their IT Infrastructure according to Computer Economics' "Technology Trends 2010/2011" study. Computer Economics, which provides research and metrics for IT management, conducted a survey of more than 200 IT organizations during the first half of 2010 and found that, despite tightened IT budgets in the wake of the recent global recession, administrators seemed more willing to invest in some types of technology than others. Windows 7 apparently proved one of those winners. Although only 3 percent of the surveyed IT organizations had upgraded to the operating system at the beginning of 2010, some 31 percent had apparently allocated funds for the migration in their budgets. "We were mildly surprised, given the slowdown in capital spending and general lack of investment in new systems," John Longwell, vice president of research for Computer Economics, wrote in a July 27 statement. "Companies are beginning to migrate to Windows 7 in a big way."
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