Compatibility concerns are the main reason school systems have delayed the switch to Microsoft Vista, tech-savvy educators are telling eSchool News.

Tighter security, better search and accessibility tools, and time-efficient network management are just some of the benefits that Microsoft lists as reasons for using its newest operating system, Vista, rather than XP. But six months after the much-touted launch of Vista, schools are still wary of making the change.

According to the director for Microsoft’s Education Specialist Group, Rod Gode, both administrators and teachers can benefit from...

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