Are there too many OSes for IT to support?
rcook12 3 years ago
Help desks have to support an increasing number of operating systems, including multiple versions of Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, Linux, Apple IOS, Google Android, RIM, and others. Is it too much? Should IT trim down the number of supported OS's thereby simplifying their need for support?
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