Join us on the 3rd May 2012 to find out how to accelerate your move to Windows 7

Camwood’s “Accelerating your move Windows 7″ event

Part of the Microsoft App Compat Sessions

With support for Windows XP coming to an end on the 8th April 2014 and IE6 dependencies standing in the way of many Windows 7 migrations, what better time to start taking the leap to a more modern browser? Legacy – yet still business-critical – web applications are all too often a key migration blocker, so we have teamed up with Microsoft to help jump-start your browser migration and accelerate your move to Windows 7. Join us on Thursday the 3rd May 2012, for a packed agenda discussing the technical challenges faced by IT departments looking to migrate to a later version of IE. We’ll show you how to overcome these challenges with new tools and innovative solutions, including Browsium Ion which enables enterprises to run IE6- and IE7-dependent web applications in IE8 or IE9, thus unblocking upgrades to Windows 7. The agenda will cover:
  • The benefits of migrating to a modern browser
  • How to identify problem web applications
  • How to remediate these applications, while minimising cost and complexity
  • Best practices for a successful IE migration
Date: Thursday 3rd May 2012 Time: 9.30am – 12.45pm Venue: Cote St Paul’s, London Agenda: 9.30am – 9.45am – Arrivals and Registration 9.45am – 9.50am – Welcome and Introduction 9.50am – 10.20am – Microsoft – The benefits of migrating to a modern browser 10.20am – 10.30am – Coffee 10.30am – 11.00am – Camwood – How to prepare for an IE migration and identify problem web applications 11.00am – 11.30am – Browsium – How to remediate these applications, while minimising cost and complexity 11.30am – 12:00pm – Q&A Panel 12:00pm – 12.45pm – Light lunch and networking This event has now taken place – To find out more about this topic and how Camwood can help you with your web app migration please contact us directly.

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