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Dell implements new service offerings for Windows 7

23 Oct 2009

Just in time for Windows 7, last week Dell launched a range of new services in order to provide fast and efficient migration consulting services available through Dell partners.

In addition to new laptops and desktops shipping with Windows 7, Dell has more than a thousand Windows 7 pilot users internally whose migration experiences were documented to enhance the consulting and service offerings.

The Dell Windows 7 Readiness Assessment helps organisations understand the requirements and challenges of moving to a new platform and helps create a plan to efficiently deploy. The assessment is part of the Dell ProConsult services portfolio and the company works with customers to assess if their systems are capable of running Windows 7, which applications are in use and compatible with Windows 7.

The services are available through Dell and members of Dell’s Partner Direct Program.

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