Editor's Note: Deploy and Deliver|
By Lafe Low
Despite the simplicity and straightforward approach Windows 7 brings to enterprise OSes, you still have some homework to do before deploying it throughout your organization. The job is made easier with a handful of tools to smooth the compatibility testing and deploying process, which can greatly accelerate your Windows 7 deployment, whether you’re working on 10 systems or 10,000. Read more…
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