jmccormac - 9:14 pm on Jul 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
IT admins will play with it on a sacrificial box before ever deploying it. (That's generally why previews/betas exist.) Some businesses may be using older software that may not be compatible with W8 and the cost and hassle of upgrading that software may necessitate staying with Windows XP or even Windows 7.
Hogwash, IT admins will be biting at the bit to mess around with Windows 8.. its the corporate directors and pencil pushers who will take forever to allow people to upgrade :)