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Gartner: start moving off Windows 7 
Plan now to avoid repeat of XP debacle, says analyst firm.
 
Partners 'shortchanging' customers with Windows 7 
Move your customers to Windows 8 instead, says Microsoft.
 
Windows 7 on business PCs gets an extension 
No end-of-sale date for Windows 7 Professional yet.
 
HP brings back Windows 7 PCs 
HP discounts PCs customised with Windows 7, saying customers were asking for them.
 
Internet industry says no to wholesale filtering 
Joins debate over British government plan.
 
First look: iOS7 beta 
Biggest iOS overhaul ever.
 
PC security nightmare narrowly averted 
UEFI BIOS source code, signing keys leaked online.
 
CSG to launch new business unit 
Posts results, reveals Govt contract.
 
Windows 8 product key changes cause user headaches 
Embedded in BIOS, not displayed on a sticker.
 
Govt axes mandatory ISP filter plans 
Tells ISPs to use INTERPOL instead.
 
In pictures: Hands on with Microsoft Office 2013 
Microsoft's office productivity suite gets tablet-happy.
 
Microsoft touts high cost of running XP 
 
Microsoft cans 'free' upgrade to Windows 8 
 
Microsoft eyes remote access to sleepy PCs 
Looks to address cloud trust deficit.
 
The cloud breathes life in wake of GFC 
Key events in business technology's biggest transitions.
 
Kinect for 500m Windows 7 PCs due February 
Limited quantities set for Australia.
 
Dell drops consumer netbooks 
Inspiron Mini line has been killed off, but Latitude range remains.
 
Dell to launch Windows 7 tablet  
 
Windows Phone 7 tracking triggers class action 
 
Two-faced Windows 8 splits for touch and mouse 
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 331 | September 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.