The following description of a pending webcast arrived in my inbox earlier this week; I thought it might be of interest to some of you as you prepare for the launch of Windows 7:
Is Your Organization Ready for Windows 7?
October 6, 2009
12:00 PM Eastern / 9:00 a.m. Pacific (60 minutes)
Featured Speaker: Independent Analyst Firm Forrester’s Benjamin Gray
Forrester’s Benjamin Gray discusses his April 2009 report "Get Ready For Windows 7" and whether or not your organization should deploy Windows 7 now or test applications and hardware against Windows Vista for greater compatibility with Windows 7. He’ll also share:
· What he believes to be the top five Windows 7 features
· Industry benchmarks on what other North American and European enterprises are planning
· His recommendations for customers running Windows XP or Windows Vista
Save the Date for the Live Webcast on October 6, 2009. Prepare for the future by learning how to optimize your desktop infrastructure with Windows 7 while maximizing your existing technology investments. Attend this webcast to see how Windows 7 can benefit your organization with powerful technologies that help you secure, officially manage, and lower the cost of your organization’s desktop infrastructure.
About Benjamin Gray:
Benjamin serves IT Infrastructure & Operations professionals. He is a leading expert on business-class PCs and desktop operating systems and also researches business-class mobile devices, mobile operating systems, and mobile device management solutions. Benjamin helps
Forrester clients develop and improve their strategy around client hardware and client operating systems. Benjamin’s research and analysis have been widely cited in the press, including business media outlets such as The Associated Press, Bloomberg, The New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal and industry media outlets such as Computerworld, eWeek, InformationWeek, InfoWorld, and NetworkWorld.
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