Windows XP and 7 are both highly manageable in the enterprise with the right tools. All indications have been that Windows 8 started as a consumer product and then tweaked for business users.
My questions would be . . . What considerations has Microsoft made for Windows 8 in the enterprise? What about the close integration with SkyDrive . . . will all 3500+ of our (Windows) end users be required to create a SkyDrive account? And what if I don't want our corporate data in the Microsoft cloud, but also don't want to lose the benefit of ubiquitous data access (i.e. will we have the ability to integrate with private/internally-hosted cloud services)?
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