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Hi everyone, we have a new Windows 7 case study available. The below insert is a TechNet radio interview with John Baker, and David Feng, IT Director for Sporton International.
Sporton deployed Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Service Pack 2, which integrates with Microsoft Application Virtualization and Windows 7 to help streamline their efforts. the Sporton IT staff were 40 percent more productive and there was an increase in profitability, enhanced protection, and compliance as a result of the platform move.
Want to Download this episode to play on your MP3 player later? Click hereThere are a few case studies with Sporton:
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Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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