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Windows 7: 10,000 Windows 7 Seats in a Single Migration.


02 Mar 2010   #1
JMH

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10,000 Windows 7 Seats in a Single Migration.

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The success of Windows 7 needs to be measured on two fronts, in accordance with its customers. Microsoft itself makes this separation in the way it sells licenses for the OS. Windows 7 is available through retail outlets and OEMs for the general public, but also through additional channels for enterprise customers. As it did with Windows Vista, the Redmond company is not making a distinction between its customers when it reports the total sale figures for the operating system. However, every once in a while, Microsoft will make public a “success story” in terms of adoption. On March 2nd, 2010, the software giant revealed that the Shop Direct Group, a U.K. retailer, had upgraded over 10,000 computers to Windows 7.
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10,000 Windows 7 Seats in a Single Migration - For the Shop Direct Group - Softpedia


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03 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Talk about jumping in feet first. Impressive that they have comfort with the new OS to perform this upgrade like this.
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