Bangalore, India, June 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- ITC Infotech will exhibit its best-in-class desktop transformation services and solutions at TechEd Europe 2013 in Madrid, Spain, from June 25 to 28, 2013. At Booth 10, the company will demonstrate its rapid and risk-free approach to desktop transformation and how it re-defines the processes to look at cost and complexity reduction.
When Microsoft turns off its support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, it could leave many organisations with a real IT challenge. ITC Infotech, which specialises in upgrading businesses to the newer operating systems, says that many firms, particularly SMEs (small & medium enterprises), don’t currently have a mature IT estate to roll out Windows 7/8. The company warns that those who don’t begin the migration period now could end up with systems that suddenly become a huge cost centre.
Hardeep Singh Garewal, President - European Operations, ITC Infotech, said, “TechEd will be a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase the work we are doing that has enabled us to be a major player in business IT services, especially in OS transformation services. With so many companies still unprepared to move into the new era of enterprise computing, we are looking forward to partnering with more firms as we move closer to the deadline day.”
ITC Infotech is transforming end-user computing environments for enterprises across the globe. Interested parties can pre-fix a meeting with the company’s experts to understand more about the robust turnkey solutions it offers, starting from defining the migration strategy, deploying the architecture to the estates and to providing run state services to these enterprises. The company also enables flexible enterprise-wide deployment of corporate PCs, tablets and other user-owned devices through its bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programme.
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