Our out-sourcing company are soooo good (note the sarcasm) that one user has Windows 7 because they forgot to uninstall it and replace it with Windows XP. Would you believe it then wouldn't talk to one of the Macs and I had to fix the bloody problem because they couldn't?
Better yet, over 70% of the PCs in head office came with Windows 7 pre-installed and they've all been downgraded when it isn't even necessary. I despair at that, let alone the situation where you work.
Get with the bloody times!
Good thing I don't work for the NHS...
All our new PC's arrive with Windows 7 pre-installed and if it wasn't for our operating software - which is so antiquated and poorly designed - we'd be using Windows 7. As it is we're stuck with 2003. Our IT department decided it might be wise for clerical plebs - ie. me - to have access to the office converter as opposed to asking our customers to save their files in 2003 compatible formatting. Embarrassing.