Here are a few headlines for you: "Six in 10 companies in a survey plan to skip Windows 7", said Reuters; "Majority of IT execs have no plans for Windows 7", said IDG. PC World, meanwhile, said that "most IT pros say 'no'".
It's certainly great, incendiary stuff: after all, Microsoft is the world's biggest software company, and it is pinning an awful lot on the launch of Windows 7. And if 60% of IT departments are giving the new system the finger, then that's a big deal.
But the truth revealed by the survey in question - commissioned by ScriptLogic, and largely about how companies are cutting costs during the recession - is a little more prosaic than that.