Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Beta White Paper

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When developing Windows Vista, Microsoft set out to provide higher levels of productivity, mobility, and security, with lower costs. After
more than six months of broad availability and usage, it's evident that
these investments are improving the Windows computing experience. For
example, in the first six months of use, Windows Vista had fewer
security issues than Windows XP (Windows Vista had only 12 issues, and
Windows XP had 36). According to the Windows Vista 6-Month Vulnerability Report by Jeffery R. Jones, Windows Vista had fewer security issues than all the popular operating systems he studied.

Although most companies are cautious when deploying a new operating
system, many have already started testing and evaluating Windows Vista
for deployment, and some have already deployed Windows Vista into their
production environments and begun seeing the business benefits Windows
Vista can provide.

For more on this article check out the rest of Brandon LeBlanc's article on the Windows Vista Service Pack 1.