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Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit Demo: Simplify your Office 2010 migration with MAP

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In this demo, you'll learn how you can use the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 5.5 to streamline and simplify your organization's migration to Microsoft Office 2010.

The demonstration focuses on an Office 2010 migration scenario in which an organization needs help planning a readiness assessment for the migration of PCs with varying hardware configurations, running different versions of Microsoft Office. It will walk you through the assessment process, illustrating how you can quickly, easily, and accurately prepare for an Office 2010 migration using the MAP Toolkit.

The MAP 5.5 Office 2010 migration assessment inventories your organization's environment and reports on deployed web browsers, Microsoft ActiveX controls, and add-ons, and then generates a migration assessment report and proposal -- information you need to more easily migrate to Office 2010.

To view related demos -- focused on the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) and the Microsoft Security Compliance Manager (SCM) -- visit the Learning Resources for Solution Accelerators site.

The Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and Security Compliance Manager -- all brought to you by the Solution Accelerators team -- provide tested guidance and automated tools to help you plan, securely deploy, and manage new Microsoft technologies -- easier, faster, and at less cost. All are freely available, and fully-supported by Microsoft. Learn more.

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Published Date: January 19, 2011
Presented By: Venkat Ganti

 

 

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