- Planning deployment and use critical to business benefit -
TORONTO, Oct. 28 /CNW/ - Windows 7 was launched with great industry enthusiasm last week, a feeling echoed by Nexient Learning, experts in ensuring individuals and organizations have the skills necessary to deploy this flagship desktop operating system seamlessly.
One of Microsoft's most exciting product releases to date, Windows 7 offers improved performance, reliability, security and compatibility.
"Moving to a new operating system is a complex undertaking that potentially touches every user in an organization," said Richard Gordon, Vice President of Information Technology at Nexient. "We provide every one of those users with the ability to take full advantage of Windows 7, optimizing their individual performance with little or no disruption to their daily activity."
This 'minimize risk and maximize benefit' approach is why companies are engaging Nexient and its proprietary Windows 7 courses. The training covers the complete process from making the initial decision to deploy the technology, through planning, implementing and ongoing operations.
"There is no one-size-fits-all model when it comes to technology," said Gordon. "For this reason companies need to make the right training decision. A consultative approach is critical for us and our clients who must assess technology based on its contribution to the success of their business."
To download a Windows 7 review guide - "10 things you should know about Windows 7" - click here. Visit Nexient Learning for more information about upcoming courses including:
- Windows 7 Tech Camp (http://www.nexientlearning.com/NexientLearning/en-CA/LeftNavigation/KnowledgeCentres/InformationTechnology/Microsoft/Windows7/) for IT Professionals with Hands-on-Lab - includes a free copy of Windows 7 - a Nexient exclusive.
- Installing and Configuring Windows 7 Client (http://www.nexientlearning.com/NexientLearning/en-ca/LeftNavigation/KnowledgeCentres/Outlines/Courses/Numeric/25/6292) - includes a free copy of Windows 7.
- Implementing and Administering Windows 7 in the Enterprise (http://www.nexientlearning.com/NexientLearning/en-ca/LeftNavigation/KnowledgeCentres/Outlines/Courses/Numeric/24/6183) - a Nexient exclusive.
- Windows 7: Transition from Windows XP for End-Users (http://www.nexientlearning.com/NexientLearning/en-ca/LeftNavigation/KnowledgeCentres/Outlines/Courses/Numeric/336/84089)
- Windows 7 Training for Developers (http://www.nexientlearning.com/NexientLearning/en-ca/LeftNavigation/KnowledgeCentres/Outlines/Courses/Numeric/200/50218).
About Nexient Learning
Nexient Learning (http://www.nexientlearning.com/NexientLearning/en-ca), a Global Knowledge (http://www.globalknowledge.com/) company, is the largest corporate training and talent development company in Canada, serving more than 100,000 learners per year. With its Canadian head office in Toronto, Ontario, Nexient delivers the broadest choice of top-caliber, industry-recognized curricula in Information Technology, Business Process Improvement, and Leadership and Business Solutions. With 13 locations across Canada, Nexient offers innovative learning solutions through classroom, online and virtual training delivery methods. Nexient is a division of Global Knowledge, the worldwide leader in IT and business skills training.
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