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Live demos XP to 7, XP to 8, anything to App V: changes in the data centre, the need for security, BYOD and impending upgrades mean that many of you are going through a desktop refresh. The potential for disruption and delay is huge: lost settings, migration of data, incompatible legacy apps all turn what should be a bonus for users into a nightmare for them and you alike.

So join us live on December 4 at 11:00 GMT, for an hour-long webcast of live demos on how to migrate without tears: Appsense is in the studio, and we’re going to be migrating in real time, showing how profiles can follow the user from device to device, and how that makes migration, mobility and security better.

Joining Appsense’s Gary McAllister – who will be testing their promise that he can “make migration simple”, while you watch, will be Microsoft’s Antony Austin and Dale Vile from Freeform Dynamics. El Reg’s Tim Phillips will put your questions to Gary in an attempt to distract him while he’s trying to type.

Sign up for all the free live demo action here.

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