Presentation on theme: "Network Services Seminar 2007. 1.Vista Is Incomplete Microsoft is planning its first service pack Microsoft is seeking input from users Vista probably."— Presentation transcript:
1.Vista Is Incomplete Microsoft is planning its first service pack Microsoft is seeking input from users Vista probably won't be ready until that first service pack version. 2.Windows XP Isn't Obsolete Windows XP is solid, well-understood and functional It will continue to be well supported Microsoft has committed to at least another seven more years of XP support Microsoft plans Service Pack 3 next year.
3.N ovell Novell client for Vista is not available yet Can’t print on the Network Printers Can’t see the Shared Drive 4.VPN VPN is required for connection from home Monash University advises using Windows XP until more applications are compatible with Vista
5.Learning Curve Vista is different from Windows XP Many of the tools are the same or similar, but there is still a lot to learn For many implementing and learning Vista may not be worth it right now 6. Upgrading Hardware Old computers may not run Vista Video will be of low quality Probably require new computers to run Vista
7.Driver Support Many drivers are not available yet Hardware Video & Audio 8. Applications Many applications are still under development Anti-virus Backup and security software
9.Notebook Battery Drain Vista requires more power to run It will drain Notebook batteries faster due to the additional Video processing Consider this before upgrading 10. Extra Charge $$ Vista is not included in the Network Services SLA All Vista support will be charged.