Windows 7 - Should You Stay or Should You Go?
Windows 7 seems poised to steal the crown from XP as the world's top operating system as more and more companies and individuals are looking to make the switch. Overall, Windows 7 has been heavily adopted by consumers and small businesses and we are now seeing a wave of enterprises moving that direction. Microsoft is expecting a total of over 350 million Windows 7-based devices shipped this year. Companies face a huge task migrating all their PCs and users to a new OS; it can be daunting, but Nortec is here to support you all the way.
Read on for some of the best reasons to switch to Windows 7.
Meet Adam Grant, Network Administrator for Nortec. Read on to learn why many of his clients are moving from XP to Windows 7 and what this self-confessed "computer nerd's" secret weapon is this summer.
Q: What are most of your customers looking to accomplish?
A: Most of my clients, especially the bigger enterprise clients, are upgrading from XP to Windows 7. There's a lot of testing involved in upgrading from XP to Windows 7, and that takes some time. Folks want to make sure everything is in place prior to 2014, which is when support will end for XP.
Meet Young Kim, Strategic Accounts Manager for Nortec. Read on to learn what makes Young so energetic and where to find good Korean food.
Q: You're relatively new with Nortec. Why did you choose to work here?
A: I chose Nortec because of the culture and the environment. It's a very friendly place to be. I also like that I'm keeping the relationships we have with our customers.
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