In September 2013 Microsoft announced it is ending support for Windows XP SP3 as of April 8, 2014. The clock is ticking: Esiet, thanks to its expertise in migration processes that do not interrupt day-to-day operations, is able to support and ensure a smooth transition process to any company willing to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Microsoft pointed out that many companies still haven’t considered a migration strategyto Windows 7 or Windows 8, and that underestimating the impact of the end of support for Windows XP puts core business applications at risk.
During the last year Esiet has developed a solid experience and metodology in complex migration projects from Windows XP to Windows 7/8 – more than 2000 PCs (desktop and notebooks) and hundreds of applications – without interrupting day-to-day operations and without impacting core business activities.
Windows 7/8 deployment most often is supported by System Center Configuration Manager 2012(SCCM 2012) especially for large scale deployments and when devices are distributed across a global network infrastructure. Asset Inventory, Software Distribution and Software Update are greatly improved by the adoption of System Center Configuration Manager 2012.
Esiet is Microsoft Gold Partner and offers proven solutions to ensure a smooth and hassle free transition to Windows 7 or Windows 8.