Eurodata steals the march on Windows 7

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LONDON, UK: Managed Service provider Eurodata has announced the launch of desktop deployment service called Velocity for Windows 7, which can save companies up to 60 percent on expensive migrations and desktop rollouts, ahead of a customer event co-hosted by Eurodata and Microsoft UK tomorrow.


According to a survey carried out by Eurodata, a staggering 45 percent of organisations defer important software upgrades due to the cost and effort associated with migration.

Group IT director at patent attorney firm Marks & Clerk explained, “With Microsoft technologies deployed by Eurodata, we have been able to reduce the cost of desktop rollouts by 50 to 60 percent if not more, saving us months of physical time walking around to desktops and laptops and upgrading machines - now we can do this in days not months!”

Through simplification, automation and standardisation, Eurodata optimises organisations’ Windows 7 desktop infrastructure, making it easier to deploy and furthermore cheaper to manage.


Over 200 delegates are expected to attend an event held at Microsoft UK tomorrow, where delegates will be able to learn exactly what benefits Windows 7 will bring to their own organisations. Attendees at the event will be able to secure a free Infrastructure Optimisation workshop with Eurodata, to help them determine which Microsoft products and solutions will help further their business.

“We are an innovative company, helping our customers get the best out of technology at an affordable price point,” explained Des Lekerman, co-founder and managing director, Eurodata.

“We pride ourselves for being ahead of the technology curve and our successful deployment of Windows 7 at the start of the year has already yielded many benefits – power savings, direct access and data protection to name just a few,” enthused Lekerman.