Camwood, the preferred migration partners for some of the largest enterprises in the world, have teamed up with Microsoft and Browsium to help the users of Windows XP and Internet Explorer 6 in browser migration and accelerating their move to Windows 7. The need of this partnership arises because the support for Windows XP by Microsoft is going to end on 8 April, 2014, and the dependency on Internet Explorer 6 is coming in the way of many migrations to Windows 7 operating system.
In an event that is scheduled to take place on 3 May, 2012 at the venue Cote St Paul’s, London, Microsoft representatives will speak on the benefits of migrating to a modern browser. The experts from Camwood will explain the users how to prepare for an Internet Explorer migration and identify problem web applications, and the executives from Browsium will explain the users how to remediate these applications, while minimizing cost and complexity.
In short, the agenda will cover the following:
• Benefits of migrating to a modern browser
• How to identify problem causing web applications
• How to remediate these applications, while minimizing cost and complexity
• Implementing best practices for a successful Internet Explorer migration
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