by Dell and Microsoft
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Published on: May 23, 2011
Type of content: EBOOK
Length: 20 pages
This handbook will cover best practices for moving to Microsoft Windows 7, including assessing Windows 7 to determine if it’s a good move for your organization, which applications in your organization should move over, what help is out there for your migration project and licensing.
- Segment 1: Handling legacy applications: This segment takes a look at what to do with legacy applications in your move to Windows 7. Should you virtualize them or leave them as they are? We’ll also examine the pros and cons of using XP mode with legacy apps.
- Segment 2: Where does Windows 7 fit? This segment outlines which enterprises can benefit from a move to Windows 7 and who should leave it alone for now. We'll also look at which applications will run best in Windows 7.
- Segment 3: Migration Tool Arsenal: Get a sense of what native and third-party tools are out there to help ease your migration to Microsoft Windows 7.
- Segment 4: The Basics of Windows Licensing: Know the basics of the Windows 7 licensing structure to be sure you’ve subscribed to the right tier—and aren’t paying for more than you need.
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