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Windows 7 Upgrades Can Help MSPs

MSPs who are also Microsoft Channel Partners and are looking to push through a Windows 7 migration to SMB and even enterprise clients might want to check out this new white paper from Kaseya on how Windows 7 can be advantageous to VARs and MSPs.

Spurred on by security concerns, the flagging economy and mostly by the official end of support this summer for most Windows XP operating systems, a move to Windows 7 may go from being a good idea to a necessity as time wears on.

Because a growing number of SMBs and enterprise level shops are leaning on MSPs to managed basic and complex IT functions, it's important for channel partners, VARS and MSPs to fast-track their upgrades and move with the speed of thought (according to some guy named Bill Gates said in his pre-millennial book).

Posted by Jabulani Leffall on October 18, 2010 at 11:57 AM


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