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Webcast We know from research we've done with you that lots of you are either knee deep in a Windows 7 roll out, or you're about to be, so we thought we'd try and help.

On the 8th of March at 11am we've got a rack of experts talking through the implications of a Windows 7 project.

The Register's own Tim Phillips is your host for the gig and joining him is Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics, Julie-Ann Muir from Microsoft and Rhys Sharp from SCC.

Between them, there isn't much they don't know about planning and implementing a successful Windows 7 roll-out.

They'll be looking at everything from the project approach – big bang versus baby steps – to the application considerations to ensure everything keeps working. More than that, they'll also help you build a business case and budget plan, wade through the mire that can be training and user acceptance and, hopefully, give you a good steer on getting this right first time.

If that sounds like your bag, then join us for free right here.

If you can't make it on the day we can send you a link as soon as the recorded version is available, just make sure you register with us first.

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