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On demand For those of you who missed our recent live webcast on refreshing the desktop estate, the panic is over. Here it is, recorded it in full colour, for your viewing pleasure.

The webcast is, as alway, hosted by Reg front man and all round good egg, Tim Phillips. He’s joined by desktop gurus from Intel and Freeform Dynamics.

The panellists cover a wide range of topics, based on intelligence that comes largely from you the Reg readers – thanks to some recent desktop research that thousands of you recently completed.

This webcast considers:

  • What are the advantages, both in business and IT management terms, and what is the cost impact of an up-to-date desktop estate?
  • hat capabilities are available in modern hardware, and how can they best be exploited?
  • What kind of reception can Windows 7 expect when it is launched, and what impact will it have?

The feedback we received from the hundreds of live attendees at the webcast was very positive, so this one should be good value for those of you involved in desktop management. You can watch it here.

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