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About Migration Expert Zone
Welcome to Migration Expert Zone, your one-stop destination for mission-critical Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 migration project guidance. You'll find helpful resources, best practices, case studies, and tools to help make the upgrade process quick and seamless.
If you are seriously considering a migration to Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, or both, we're here to provide credible and useful information that will help you make good technology decisions for your business objectives.
Windows 7 is the OS refresh your company has been waiting for, and the increased productivity and flexibility it delivers can take your business operations to the next level, if you can survive the upgrade process.
Windows Server 2008 brings unprecedented reliability and efficiency to your server infrastructure with virtualization support, management enhancements, and seamless Windows 7 integration.
You'll find details on key issues that surround IT migration, such as dealing with demanding deployments, keeping up-to-date on the latest tools and third-party services, and the experiences of other end-users via case studies. This site also houses process-centric guides, videos, archived eSeminars, research-based whitepapers, technical datasheets, and other resources. Migration Expert Zone should be a fundamental bookmark and resource for you as you undertake the migration process!
About Blogger Rick Broida
Rick Broida is the chief blogger here at Migration Expert Zone. He's been writing about business and technology for over 20 years, and you'll find his insights and observations on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 migration projects invaluable.
Rick's work has appeared in Wired, Popular Science, PC World, and many other publications. He writes daily for BNET's Business Hacks and CNET's iPhone Atlas, as well.