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Windows Vista and IE 7: Wait

We'll wait for the moment to try 2 new products from Microsoft: their Vista operating system or Internet Explorer 7.

Microsoft's VISTA is the new operating system to replace the current Windows XP operating system. Right now it's not available; But soon it will be, starting first with business versions possibly this quarter and a consumer version in Q1 '07. And it's chock full of promise and potential, features and communities and a website.  But there are also questions about its security features.

And products of such complexity, and such impact on your day, offers plenty of surprises for early-adoptors. We certainly don't have time for these surprises; we doubt you do, either.

Internet Explorer - 7, or IE7 is a significant upgrade to the current versions of IE.  We're testing this new version to judge its impact on the common functoins of a web browser and how it impacts the use of our web conference services. We'll have the results of that test for you at the end of the month. We'll share our experiences and offer solutions, tips, or our learning experiences to help you avoid our pain.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact either myself or Dana White, our IT-Guy Extraordinaire.

Me: Zane Safrit, 877-227-0611, ext. 12, zane@conferencecallsunlimited.com

Dana White: 877-227-0611, ext. 17, dana@conferencecallsunlimited.com


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October 4, 2006 in Our Services | Permalink


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