Windows XP EoL: The cost of not migrating

Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on the 8th April 2014. Organizations that have not started a migration to Microsoft Windows 7 will need to do so quickly or lose support for one of the most important technologies in the enterprise desktop environment. There are two options for customers after this date; either take

Reduce desktop TCO, improve user productivity and unlock new technologies

Optimize current and future desktop environments by taking the pain and cost out of configuring desktops, troublesome roaming profiles and their lengthy logon times and corruption related support calls, control application access and license enforcement, eliminate the need for Local Administrator accounts, improve resource allocation to increase server capacity and performance, and more easily adopt

Reducing Windows 7 migration time, cost and complexity for thousands of enterprise organizations

Migrating employees to Windows 7 could be a risky and expensive proposition, especially if it affects the employee’s working environment. AppSense’s user virtualization technology manages all the user-specific elements of the Windows 7 migration process as well as providing an alternative approach to managing the user aspects of the desktop post migration.

Migrating to Microsoft Windows 7

The adoption of Microsoft Windows 7 is a major objective for every enterprise organization. Unfortunately this major transformation is proving to be one of the most costly and complex projects for any IT department, especially when combined with all other on-going IT projects. By employing user virtualization technology as part of a people centric approach