Windows 7/8

A better way to work

Changing operating systems for your business is a significant event and can be incredibly scary if it is not planned and managed correctly.

It is the fear of things not going well that leads many companies to simply adopt the thought that if the business’ existing Windows system is running smoothly, why change?  We all are familiar with the adage “If it is not broken, don’t fix it.”  Unfortunately, that old adage is not a sound philosophy when it comes to the Windows operating system applicable to your business as on April 8, 2014, Microsoft support ends for both Windows XP and Office 2003. As a result, the operating systems that companies have relied upon for over a decade are being phased out and may not be usable in the near future. If you are using either of these (Office 2003 or Windows XP), now is the time to modernize your workforce and workplace.

We can help ease the fear associated with such a transition by approaching every Windows migration project with two things in mind – disruptions to the workforce are unacceptable, and the change has to have clear and measurable business benefits, otherwise, why change?   That’s why our holistic approach to migration initiatives begin by sitting down with your business leaders, exploring their needs and mapping out a plan for success. We then take to designing the platform that will best support your business productivity needs for the years to come, insuring flexibility to grow with evolving needs and applications as they arise.

We have helped some of the largest and most complex companies handle their transition and migration, quickly, effectively, and efficiently.  Let us show you how easy a seamless transition can be to Windows 7/8.