Microsoft listened to the challenges that small and midsize organizations face every day, and then built the Windows 7 operating system to help address them. And it’s here now, ready to be put to work for your organization. Together with the 2007 Microsoft Office system, Windows 7 can deliver a productivity jolt that your employees will notice the minute they sit down at their computers.
Windows 7 is the newest version of Windows Client. Built on the significant technical advances created for the Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 operating systems, Windows 7 offers organizations increased stability, security, compatibility, flexibility, and control. Now for a limited time, customers get up to 15 percent savings on Windows 7 Professional upgrade licenses and up to 15 percent savings on Windows 7 Professional upgrade licenses when acquired with Software Assurance (at full price).
What is DDPS?
Desktop Deployment Planning Services (DDPS) enables qualified DDPS partners to outline a plan for the deployment of the latest versions of Office and Windows for entitled Software Assurance benefit customers.
In 1, 3, 5, 10, and 15 day packaged service workshops, DDPS offers a broad range of planning tools and services that help optimize the effectiveness of deployment, lower the cost and complexity for the customer and pave the way for Desktop deployments.
Windows 7 ACF (Application Compatibility Factory)
When your organization is looking to migrate to Windows 7, ensuring application compatibility is a concern for some businesses.The Application Compatibility Factory (ACF) is an initiative that teams Microsoft and KiZAN to help customers overcome challenges when migrating applications to a new operating system. KiZAN's ACF consultants deliver high volume, low cost application compatibility and remediation services. Let our valued ACF consultants help prepare your organization’s line of business applications (LOB) for your migration.
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