Windows 8

Buyer Beware: Total Production Environment Licensing Pitfalls

You’ve probably noticed a constant shift in the licensing landscape as software publishers strive to accommodate evolving customer requirements (thought I’d put it nicely). For example, bundling is a popular…

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Should you move to Windows 8?

Microsoft has put a lot of effort into Windows 8, as have OEMs such as Lenovo. Do features like the tablet-friendly Windows 8 touch interface justify the move? Some users…

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XP Migration: The Right Partner Can Make a Big Difference

Time’s up! As of April 8, 2014, XP is obsolete. If you are reading this and you still have not made the move, you’re not alone. According to a recent…

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How Much Will Your XP Migration Cost?

Organizations worldwide are struggling to control the costs associated with parting ways with Microsoft XP. Some costs are fairly predictable; for example, software licenses, hardware needs, and training. Others, however,…

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From XP to Windows 7

When I upgraded to Windows 8 a few months after its launch in August 2012, it was an accident. I had just purchased a new computer and downloaded the latest…

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