Migrating to any new operating system has never been an easy task. Windows 7 is no exception. Most have been on the same OS, either XP or Vista for years now. User data/peripherals, applications and profile settings have to be compatible with Windows 7 prior to migration to insure the least disruptive path. At first glance, this does not seem very difficult, but closer inspection uncovers many potential pitfalls we want to steer clear of.
Knowledge is Power
Perhaps the most overlooked part of Windows 7 migration planning is the Assessment phase. Knowing what makes your environment unique, what applications may have compatibility issues and what methods of deployment make the most sense are key to building the Roadmap to Windows 7 and beyond. Hardware compatibility assessments, application packaging considerations and printer/device insight are key components to making your migration a success.
VDX has developed a proven methodology around the entire Windows 7 Migration process from the Assessment to Deployment. Whether you are in the planning phases or are in the middle of deployment, VDX can help you formulate a successful methodology and get you to finish line.
Contact us for a consultation and to request a Roadmap for your migration project.