Windows 7 Migration: Inevitable and Necessary for Most IT Shops, but Time and Tools are Essential Ingredients for Success
sponsored by RES Software

Microsoft’s 2009 introduction of Windows 7 represented an opportunity for important computing benefits. Without question, the new operating system is a big improvement over Windows XP, so it makes sense to make the migration - especially since the end to XP support is on the horizon. But whether IT organizations are upgrading to Windows 7 from XP or Vista, there are some key issues that must be addressed and overcome in order to smooth the migration and make their users’ experience a positive one.

To help understand the challenges IT organizations are facing and will continue to face in their migration efforts, RES Software commissioned research that asked IT professionals to detail their experiences, expectations and concerns over Windows 7 migration. Check out this white paper to learn more.

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