Unisys Expands End-User Services for Windows 7
Unisys aims to help clients realize productivity and cost advantages of powerful new environment
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Unisys Corporation has announced a new planning and migration services for the Windows 7 operating system.
The services enable clients to assess, prepare, and deploy Windows 7 in desktop environments. They include:
- An intensive, briefing-style half-day workshop designed to help clients assess their current desktop environment and see how migration to Windows 7 can enhance their employees’ productivity.
- Services to facilitate a range of first steps prior to full-scale deployment -- from application compatibility testing to proof-of-concept pilots and production trials; these include testing for a variety of Windows 7 and Office 2010 applications, such as Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) and Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V).
- Managed services to streamline large-scale deployments of Windows 7 across the entire enterprise. Building on the capabilities of the migration tools Microsoft Corp. provides for Windows 7, these services include automated system imaging and software distribution, application portfolio upgrades, preparation for virtualized and cloud-hosted delivery of Windows 7 applications, and service desk and deskside services to support and prepare end users and their systems for the transition.
The new planning and migration services for Windows 7 complement the full range of managed End-User Outsourcing and Support Services Unisys provides to help clients plan, implement, manage and support desktop environments. Those include Unisys End-User Productivity Services, Converged Remote Infrastructure Management Suite, Smart On-Site Services, Unisys Secure Cloud Solution, and Managed Security Services.
For more information, visit www.unisys.com.