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Upcoming Microsoft Application Compatibility Seminars across Australia

Upcoming Microsoft Application Compatibility Seminars across Australia

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After attending this seminar you should have a clear idea of where to start in the process of evaluating the impact of application compatibility
in your Windows 7 and Office 2010 deployment project. You will develop an understanding of the tools and methodologies available to support your deployment. 

You will learn about Application Lifecycle Management, Business Value Analysis, Inventory Analysis Tools, Remediation Options within Windows 7, Virtualization Options and more. 

The solutions for IE6 virtualisation will be covered, including addressing support and licensing questions, and a demonstration of IE6 running in a supported virtualized environment. 

During the workshop you will have an opportunity to discuss Application Compatibility with Microsoft’s deployment technical experts and network with your peers from other organisations facing the same challenges as you.

Brisbane November 19th
Perth November 23rd
Adelaide November 24th
Sydney November 25th
Melbourne November 26th
Canberra December 2nd

About the Workshop:
You can manage application compatibility proactively by keeping an accurate list of all programs in use in your organization, creating an “application portfolio.” Whether your organization has a managed environment complete with inventoried applications, a full-time application management team, and a test lab, or if approaching the issue of application compatibility for the first time, you may find it difficult to know where to start. This session will explain the steps you should take to prepare for application compatibility testing and
evaluation during a deployment project.

Click here to register.

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