Just Six Percent of American Business PCs can run Vista PremiumBy Gary Eimerman
A new study by Softchoice Corp. has found that about half of the average business PCs in North America are unable to meet the minimum requirements for Windows Vista, while 94 percent do not meet the requirements for Vista Premium… Learn More…
About the Author
Gary Eimerman (VP of IT Pro Content) heads up the IT pro curriculum at Pluralsight. He brought his expertise over from TrainSignal, where he spent eight years helping to grow the company into the leader in online IT training. Gary has a B.B.A. in Management Information Systems from University of Iowa and brings hands-on experience with computer hardware, networking and administration, as well as a passion for education, to the Pluralsight team. You can follow him on Twitter: @garyeimerman.
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