Windows 7 Migration: Inevitable and Necessary for Most IT Shops, but Time and Tools are Essential Ingredients for Success
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For IT decision-makers, moving to Windows 7 is more a matter of "how" rather than "when," especially with XP support ending in 2014. Many millions of computers still running XP will have to be upgraded in the coming months, as planning a sound migration strategy takes on average 4.5 months.

This research brief covers the results of an industry-wide survey of IT professionals and their experiences, expectations, and concerns over Windows 7. Learn about tools that can ease your migration process and key preparations to undergo before migrating.

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