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The essential guide to IT transformation

Guide Desktop management isn’t easy. There’s a raft of expertise needed to help you juggle the various increasingly pressing demands of systems, users and budgets. And it’s rare that there’s one piece of advice that will help you tackle it all.

Sure, people can say "upgrade, downgrade, virtualise, go open source..." but it doesn’t really take into consideration the individuality of your situation.

Fortunately, help is at hand. Here at The Register, in our ever-growing attempts to make your lives a little bit easier, we’ve been developing a little tool that might just give you a leg-up.

The Reg’s new Desktop Advisory Guide, developed in conjunction with people a lot smarter than me, promises to give you some strategic and tactical advice about managing your desktop estate – and it’s all built around your unique situation.

Answer a few questions and we’ll dish the advice – a snapshot overview and detailed further reading to help you face your challenges and pitch for more budget, or tangible facts and figures to support a project.

You can try it completely free right here. ®

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