CPMigrator™ launched to Solve Windows® 7 Migration Challenges
Microsoft has announced that it will stop supporting Windows XP operating system in April 2014 and therefore many business enterprises and government agencies have started mulling over a transition to Windows 7. To make the Windows 7 transition smoother, World Wide Technology, Inc. (WWT), which is a technology and supply chain solutions provider, has announced the launch of CPMigrator.
CPMigrator will automate the desktop migration to Windows 7 operating system by seamlessly transferring all user profiles, data, and applications through a easy-to-use one-touch interface. The software can be configured to meet the user’s specific IT environment requirements and takes less than an hour to complete the process of automated migrations.
“Many business enterprises and government agencies are scrambling to transition to Windows 7 as Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP in April of 2014, but they simply don’t have the internal resources, tools or expertise to facilitate a fast, cost-effective migration,” said Bob Olwig, vice president of business strategy with World Wide Technology. “WWT has not only helped organizations of all sizes quickly migrate to Windows 7 with CPMigrator, we’ve used it internally to manage our own enterprise-wide Windows migration.”
To know more about this solution for Windows 7 migration, visit the official website of WWT.