Many large enterprises still rely on Windows XP-based PCs. For some, reliance on legacy applications made it easy to delay an operating system upgrade and migration. Others just never got around to allocating staff and resources. Regardless of the reason, supporting an aging OS is costly, in more ways than one. This guide examines the business and IT advantages of migrating to Windows 7 and the costs of further delaying the move. We also take a look and migration strategies, best practices and lessons learned, as well as the resources to help men the move smoother and most cost-effective.
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