It’s not so much a matter of "if" but "when" for most organizations regarding migration to Windows Vista. Laying the groundwork now for this migration can yield higher ROI than waiting until later. This Computerworld Technology Briefing explains it all.
The Microsoft Assessment and Planning Solution Accelerator (MAP) tool makes it easy for you to assess your current IT infrastructure and determine the right Microsoft technologies for your needs. The data and analysis provided by this tool can help simplify planning a Windows Vista migration.
The newest versions of Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 have a great deal to offer users and IT managers. Join Dell, Microsoft and Ziff Davis Enterprise for an eSeminar to learn about the key benefits of this simultaneous migration and the key methods of achieving it.
ITIL has proven to be a veritable blueprint for repeatable best practices in the data center. Windows Vista migration features provide support for ITIL fundamental operations, as you’ll hear about in this informative podcast with Dell ITIL expert Don Bui.
The stark reality of the data center today is mixed platforms, operating systems and hardware. Fortunately Windows Vista has been engineered to integrate smoothly into these so-called hybrid environments, as you’ll learn in this podcast featuring Microsoft expert Chris Ross.
To perform a successful and cost-effective Windows Vista migration, organizations must have a readiness plan in place. Assessing readiness can help your organization understand the current level of capability and maturity, and provide a guide for addressing trouble spots.
Windows Vista® offers a new way to deliver manageable IT services that are planned for security service-level agreements (SLAs), while helping to lower the cost of ownership, management, and deployment.
Windows 8 includes many new security features, such as secure password storage, secure boot functions, anti-malware defenses, and even enhanced reputation capabilities. Will these features be enough to mitigate risks to users and corporate networks?
Published By: LANDesk
Published Date: Jun 07, 2010
Windows 7 adoption is one of IT's top priorities for 2010.
A solid adoption strategy requires 12 to 18 months for thorough planning and testing before actual Windows 7 deployment can begin. But nearly two-thirds of companies don't yet have a Windows 7 adoption plan in place.
In this White Paper LANDesk have identified seven pitfalls that IT organizations must avoid as they embark on Windows 7 adoption.
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Setup Factory 7.0 has everything you need to build rock-solid software installers that work on every version of Windows from 95 through Vista. Simply drag and drop your files onto the project window, choose a look and feel using the new visual theme system and click on the publish button. It's that easy!
Published By: Netwrix
Published Date: Apr 22, 2008
Windows’ newest technology, the User Account Control, found in the Vista operating system has been erroneously called an additional level of security by many computer security professionals. Instead, in the hope to reduce the incidence of malware, unauthorized software installation, and unintentional system changes the User Account Control separates standard user tasks from requiring administrator level password access.
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