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    Many companies will be moving from Windows XP, some from Vista, and everyone has a touch of trepidation. What must you do today to ensure your migration avoids the pitfalls of unplanned downtime, cost excesses and lost productivity?

    Join our group of Ziff Davis Enterprise editors and industry experts for this half-day virtual trade show where you will hear from IT professionals like yourself who have made the migration. We will discuss best practices in planning your move and how to best optimize the various Windows 7 versions. Additionally, the speakers will talk about common migration problems and how to avoid them.

    Throughout the conference, we will look at the bottom-line economic impact of a Windows 7 migration and how emerging trends like cloud computing and virtualization can play roles in your Windows 7 deployment.

    This Virtual Trade Show will feature three session tracks:
    • eWEEK editors presenting "how-to" advice
    • Baseline editors on how to maximize Windows 7 efficiency
    • CIO Insight editors with migration strategies for a tough economy.

    Register now for this half-day event Ė and bring your questions for our experts and editors to address during chats and Q&A sessions throughout the event.

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      To interact with the online environment requires a Windows PC with Internet Explorer 6.0 minimum, or Firefox 3.0 to 3.0.17 and 3.6. Mac with Firefox 3.0 to 3.0.17 and 3.6 and Safari 3.1 or higher are also supported. We support Windows XP and Windows Vista on PCs. Leopard, Tiger, and Snow Leopard are supported on Macs. Linux Fedora Core 10 is also supported operating systems. Macromedia Flash Player 10 or higher is required. Access to the internet using high speed access (Cable, DSL, Network) is highly recommended for the overall environment and is required for all presentations. Pop-up blockers must also be disabled and cookies and JavaScript should be enabled. On entering the show, a system check is run which will identify computer requirements that need to be addressed to interact with the online show. It is recommended to view the environment with the display resolution of 1024 x 768.