Jefferson Raley, Portfolio Director, EUC Strategic Consulting Practice, Dell; Philip Dakas, Director, Global Application Services, Dell
Tuesday, January 07, 2014
With the looming April 8th 2014 end-of-support date for Windows XP, IT departments are working to wrap up the move to Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Yet at many organizations, lingering concerns about application compatibility are impeding the process.
Join us for a detailed, interactive webcast to hear expert advice on how to address application issues in your OS migration. You’ll learn about:
- Practical solutions that take the headache out of application readiness
- Options for identifying and automatically resolving application compatibility issues
- Ways to cut application migration time in half as compared to manual processes
- How end-to-end migration services can facilitate the transition to Windows 7 or Windows 8 PC environments
- Software and services options that reduce migration costs by up to 50 percent
Register today to secure your place in this timely exploration of ways to solve application-related migration challenges. Please forward this message to your peers as well.
Jefferson Raley, Portfolio Director, EUC Strategic Consulting Practice, Dell
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Jefferson Raley has been helping customers with technology services for over 18 years. His tenure at Dell includes integrating customer requirements with manufacturing, managing End User Computing consulting services, and developing new software and technology to drive service efficiency. Jefferson currently manages a team developing innovative new services to help customers manage their End User Computing environments.
Philip Dakas, Director, Global Application Services, Dell
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Philip Dakas, Director, Global Application Services, Over 10 years of experience delivering technology solutions to support business processes in parallel with establishing global operations. Extensive experience in the Windows XP/7 application management space, currently leading a team of 250+ resources globally to deliver high volume, cost effective application projects to customers.
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