With the Windows 7 Operating System release set for later October this year, many have begun to look closely at the product to see where worries may lie for those making the switch. One such area is with those utilizing single sign-on applications such as biometric or smart card-based authentication, according to a Tech republic blog.
Those utilizing such applications are not stuck, however, as long as they can upgrade their applications to be compliant with the new OS. This is likely not going to be a big issue for most consumer level purchases of Windows 7, however, could potentially spell trouble for any number of businesses dependent on single sign-on applications that are interested in upgrading to the new Windows.
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