Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Plan Today for a Successful Windows 7 Migration

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Plan Today for a Successful Windows 7 Migration

The new Windows 7 release holds the promise of features and benefits that include added security, improved manageability and enhanced ease of use. Still, a migration to Windows 7 holds as many questions and challenges as it does potential rewards.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to learn how organizations can significantly reduce the time and effort required to migrate to Windows 7.

Best Practices for Windows 7 Migration
Thursday August 27th, 2009
12:00 PM ET | 9:00 AM PST | 16:00 GMT

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  • How new deployment and management features such as Windows 7 Imaging, XP Mode, and VHDs affect migration planning
  • What to look for when assessing your hardware and software environment to ensure a smooth migration
  • Options for dealing with application compatibility issues including XP Mode, app virtualization, conversion and repackaging

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