Migrating to Windows 7 will be a complicated process for many organizations. Dealing with hardware and application compatibility issues, establishing a standard desktop environment and keeping users up-to-date and productive is a huge challenge. Explore Windows 7 migration issues in this white paper.
This whitepaper provides a case study of TUIfly, a large-scale airline services company that needed to do a complete technology overhaul to support everything from customer bookings to flight preparation by crew.
Migrating to Windows 7 can be a costly, complex and time consuming project. Learn how virtualization can actually reduce the time and cost of a Windows 7 migration while ensuring maximum user adoption. Inside, take our quick challenge to test your Windows 7 migration plan. Discover the advantages and pitfalls of a user virtualization strategy.
Migration to Windows 7 is a future reality for most. Regardless of the starting point, a migration to Windows 7 is a path that holds as many questions and challenges as it does potential rewards. Planning now can ensure a smooth transition in 2010.
Upgrades to Windows 7 continue to abound. In fact, the decision to upgrade is often the easiest part -- it is the actual migration itself that is often the most agonizing. Take a look at this expert resource from the editors at SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com for a comprehensive analysis of the Windows 7 migration process.
Microsoft will end technical support for its Windows XP operating system in April 2014. Computer Weekly looks at what this means for those businesses that have yet to migrate to newer alternatives.
This Forrester Research paper will show you how analyzing your options for upgrading to Windows 7 can save you down the road. One of the first steps IT managers should take is to determine their firm's Windows 7 licensing strategy and how it fits into their broader Microsoft relationship.
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