User Virtualization and Windows 7: Migration, personalization, satisfaction

User Virtualization and Windows 7: Migration, personalization, satisfaction


Windows 7 will soon be the preferred organisational operating system, and the migration will likely bring about full-scale corporate desktop reassessments. While the migration and management of many user profiles could prove costly and difficult, user virtualisation will enable the centralised retention of all user-specific information.

By moving all aspects of the user from the device itself, user virtualisation manages all information centrally and then deploys it on-demand across multiple platforms and devices. IT administrators will not only gain total control over the migration process, but significant savings in costs and time well into the future.

Read now to discover how user virtualisation will automate the process of migrating thousands of users.

08 Jun 2011
08 Jun 2011
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