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Glendale, WI, United States, 2009/11/13 - Three day workshop designed to provide administrators and engineers of corporate networks expert knowledge in migrating to Microsoft’s new operating system.
Binary Research International (BRI), the authority on cloning and migration since 1997 and part of the company that created the industry-leading cloning solution now known as Symantec Ghost, today announced the availability of their new Windows 7 deployment training workshops.
“Best Practices for Windows 7 Deployment – a Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Workshop” will be offered in major metropolitan locations across the country beginning in November. Workshop location and registration information is available by visiting the Windows 7 training section on Binary Research's website. The Trainer-led workshop features hands-on instruction with small group sizes and is intended for those who are looking for an in-depth technical understanding of deployment methods for Windows 7.
The Windows 7 workshop provides Participants with the opportunity to gain the technical knowledge and necessary skills to migrate to and deploy Microsoft Windows 7 to large numbers of computers. The workshop is designed for anyone tasked with the installation, configuration and operational management of Windows 7 in corporate, government or academic environments. Administrators and engineers of corporate networks, project managers for Windows implementations, business systems administrators, and IT project managers, as well as systems professionals and consultants, will benefit from this training.
Pricing for the three-day, lab-based workshop is $2,700 per person. Binary Research Trainers are also available to present on-site workshops for organizations looking to train multiple IT personnel. Information is available on the web or by calling Binary Research International at 888-446-7898.
About Binary Research International, Inc.
Founded in 1997, Binary Research International (binaryresearch.net) was a subsidiary of Binary Research Ltd., the original developer of Ghost, now known as Symantec Ghost. While BRI continues to sell, train and consult in the use of Ghost, their Developer Services Division has introduced several new software products to the U.S. market, including Death2Spam, NetIQ’s Marshal products, RemotelyAnywhere and the UIU. For more information, visit the Binary Research website.
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