What these guys are missing is the "iceberg" effect of corporate IT deployments. To get a windows migration completed you generally need big numbers of the following;
- days of planning
- days of design
- days testing
- configuration, updates and additions to the enterprise IT system
- days of User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
- days of deployment
You can read between the lines and add buckets of tears and blood - but, hey, no need to be dramatic.
Given, the client adoption rates we are seeing and the work/effort/time required to successfully get through a migration process,I think its fair to say that Windows 7 is now starting to take momentum.