Microsoft has seemingly endless resources and references explaining the features of Windows 7 and the potential benefits of the new operating system. It also has hours of podcasts, screencasts, video, and other multimedia presentations and tutorials on Windows 7. Microsoft has also developed tools to ease and streamline upgrades and deployments.
All of that is great, but what IT managers and administrators really want to know before embarking on a massive operating system refresh project is “how does it work in real life for an organization like mine?”
CXOToday(dot)com interviewed Madhusudhan Mendu, GM-IT Initiatives for Wipro, to learn more about his experience with deploying Windows 7 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 in his organization.
Mendu says “In the last two years we have made it a standard to install a minimum of 1GB RAM in all the computers. We found that Windows 7 works fine with 1GB RAM. Therefore we do not see an issue in rolling out Windows 7 in our organization.”
Read the whole interview to find out more about how Windows 7 and Exchange 2010 are working for Wipro.