48% Of the it experts prefer the Microsoft operating systems
A new study says that 48 percent of it managers plan to incorporate the Microsoft Windows operating system as your OS’s header, both the version for mobile phones, Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8 and versions for PC and ‘tablets’, Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT.
The Windows operating system is one of the most widely used not only by users but also for companies. Its ease of use and its standardization in the majority of companies make Windows an indispensable tool. Despite the competition and to the wide range of the market, companies, particularly companies related with the information technology, bet on this SO not only on your desktop version but also on your Windows Phone, the version of Windows Mobile.
According to a survey by ThinkEquity to more than 100 U.S. experts in it, about half are intended to standardize your company mobile platform including Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems for mobile devices, the version Windows 8 desktop computers and Windows 8 RT for ‘tablets’.
As for the PC, the study has revealed that 37 percent of respondents have already completed the deployment to Windows 7, while 45 per cent is launching, and 17 percent is still in a phase of evaluation.
“There has been a robust deployment of Windows 7 in the last two years and given the investment of customers is very unlikely that most of them moved to Windows 8″, according to IDC analyst, has affirmed to the Gillen.
Microsoft hopes to improve its position with future versions of Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 and Windows RT. The latter is the version of Windows 8 for ‘tablets’ based on ARM chips. For its part, the Google Android system fell from 11 percent to 8 percent and iOS, Apple software, has grown from 10 percent to 14 percent.
Windows 8 and your version of Windows RT have a redesigned user interface – formerly known as Metro – which has been optimized for ‘tablets’. Microsoft works in the marketing of its own ‘tablet’ Surface.
According to financial analyst for ThinkEquity, Yun Kim, strengthen your company’s position could help Microsoft improve in the mobile market. The only Microsoft operating systems have a small part of the market ‘smartphones’ and ‘tablets’ behind Apple iOS and Google Android.