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Windows 7 learning guide
Windows 7 comes packed with new tools, enhanced features and the hope that it's better than Windows Vista. But with all these changes, additions and hype, it can be difficult to get a realistic grasp on Microsoft's latest desktop operating system. This guide covers all things Windows 7 -- from migration tips and tricks to the top new tools and features to security improvements.
Patch management guide for Windows desktops
Routinely patching your Windows desktop is a necessary evil and a crucial part of overall network security. But both novice and expert administrators often find patch management overwhelming. This guide features tips, articles and expert advice on patch management for your Windows desktop, including steps to structure your patch management process, the most recent Microsoft patches and how to patch third-party software.
A guide to Windows 7 migration tools
Many businesses that skipped upgrading to Microsoft Vista are considering moving to Windows 7. While migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 is no easy task, there are several tools -- from Microsoft as well as third-party vendors -- that can help.
Weighing Office 2010
Microsoft Office 2010 offers a slew of new features for both end users and IT pros, including Web-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote, and online collaboration and document sharing capabilities that previously users could only get from the competition. The suite is available to enterprises May 12, 2010. The consumer version was released June 15, 2010.
Guide to netbooks in the enterprise
Compare different netbooks and research netbook trends and news with SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com’s netbook guide.