Webcast: What we know (and what we don't know) about Microsoft Windows 8

Summary:Microsoft's latest operating system is already generating controversy between those who like it and those who don't. Find out what you need to know during this recorded webcast with ZDNet Microsoft tracker Mary-Jo Foley.

There has been a great deal of debate on ZDNet over the past several weeks regarding the impending release of Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 8.

In one corner stand those who believe it's an essential upgrade that will empower businesses to do even more in an age of increased collaboration and hyper-mobility.

In the other corner, those who believe that Windows 8 is a waste of time and money that hasn't shown any promise as a must-have upgrade, especially for business.

Until now, however, many of those opinions have been mostly based on limited knowledge of the OS, which is still in the later stages of development.

ZDNet's Mary-Jo Foley

On February 29, with the release of the so-called Consumer Preview, we're finally able to see what Windows 8 has to offer and who better to provide the highlights then ZDNet Microsoft tracker Mary-Jo Foley?

Check out this on-demand recording of the video webcast about what we know (and what we don't know) about Windows 8. Registration is free!

Topics: Enterprise Software, Microsoft, Windows


Josh Gingold is the Managing Editor of Business and Technology Research Libraries for CBS Interactive with primary responsibility for the presentation of key research and commentary through a combination of blogs, white papers, and Webcasts. Josh's past experiences include a variety of editorial and production assignments for CNBC, CNET... Full Bio

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