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Windows 7: What’s new on Talking About Windows?

18 Jan 2010   #1
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What’s new on Talking About Windows?

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What’s new on Talking About Windows? Well, hear from Jeremy Chapman, Senior Product Manager for Microsoft, as he shares his knowledge on the User State Migration Tool (USMT), which transfers information from XP to Windows 7 faster and easier than ever before.



Program Manager Michael Kleef knows the benefits of making edits offline. Listen as he talks about using Advanced Group Policy Manager to eliminate mistakes and make changes before going live

Ashwin Palekar, Principal Group Program Manager, addresses remote application accessibility, data security and compliance, and other related scenarios.

Mike Mitchell, Principal Group Program Manager, talks about the advantages of the Microsoft Assessment Planning Toolkit (MAP) for IT pros and business decision-makers as they begin to integrate Windows 7.



All of this and the most complete list of live and virtual events for IT pros anywhere on our Talking About Windows events portal.

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