Windows Slideshow: Microsoft Revised: Why the Software Giant Still Matters to CIOs

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 08-28-2012
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On the mobile front, Microsoft has been facing formidable competition from Apple's ubiquitous iPhones and iPads as well as popular smartphones from manufacturers such as Samsung featuring Google's Android platform. But in the wake of Apple's $1.05 billion patent win against Samsung, Microsoft has much to cheer about as its Windows Phone 8 gears up for a Q4 2012 launch. While some critics and analysts have derided the company in recent months for not keeping pace with search, mobile and cloud trends, all that may change in Q4 when the company launches its Windows 8 operating system, along with Windows Phone 8 and Office 2013. Here, CIO Insight examines 10 reasons why Microsoft remains relevant for today's enterprise, even as it faces stiff competition on all fronts.

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The Windows operating system is still far and away the most dominant in the world. And most analysts believe it'll stay that way for years to come. As long as that's the case, Microsoft will be just fine.
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