Making the Move – When Companies Shift to a New Digital Home

by Jamie O’Brien Moving, in whatever context, is always fraught with unexpected variables, whether it is moving to a new physical home, or to a digital one. Every business, from time-to-time, has to move from one digital home to another as computer operating systems (OS) change and evolve. Over the past quarter century this has meant moves from Unix, DOS, or Windows 3 to Windows NT, 95, 98, or XP, then to Vista, 7, and  …>> more

On se déplace – Quand les entreprises se tournent vers une nouvelle maison numérique.

Par Jamie O’Brien Se déplacer, quel que soit le contexte, est toujours chargé de variables inattendues, qu’il s’agisse de déménager dans une nouvelle maison physique, ou de passer à une nouvelle maison numérique. Chaque entreprise, de temps en temps, doit passer d’une maison numérique à l’autre car les systèmes d’exploitation informatiques (SE) changent et évoluent. Au cours du dernier quart de siècle, cela s’est traduit par un passage d’Unix, DOS ou Windows 3 à Windows  …>> more
BY JOE ADDISON, JUNE 12, 2013
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Windows 8.1: Ready for the Enterprise

I’ve been talking a lot about moving to Windows 7 lately and the end of life for Windows XP but I haven’t said much about Windows 8, a fact which one of my friends and a former colleague at Microsoft called out on Twitter: It’s true. Most of our customers, especially those who are just now grappling with the daunting task of moving from Windows XP, haven’t shown much interest in Windows 8. Why? Well,  …>> more

Free Webinar: The end of Windows XP is coming soon. Do you have a plan?

Moving from Windows XP can seem like a huge undertaking but not moving before April 8, 2014 is a bigger risk. Running an outdated and soon-to-be unsupported desktop operating system exposes your organization to unnecessary risks and leaves it vulnerable at a time when security and privacy are top concerns. Whatever stage you’re at with your Windows client deployment project, we can help. Compugen has invested significantly in developing solutions and resources to accelerate desktop  …>> more

What not to do when deploying Windows 7

April 8, 2014 is coming up fast. Too fast for many IT shops. That’s the date when Windows XP extended support ends and Microsoft will stop updating the OS. Many organizations are finding themselves in a bit of a time crunch to complete their desktop deployments before time runs out. Windows XP will not suddenly stop working on April 9. It’ll still boot, it’ll still run applications, and it’ll still connect to the Internet. But  …>> more