The PCmover Business Technician License PCmover is the only software of its kind recommended by Microsoft®, Intel® and all major PC manufacturers, automatically transfers all user profiles, applications, settings, and data from one PC to another. It can save at least $338 per migrated PC vs. manual migration processes, with some organizations saving $100,000 in support costs annually. PCmover Business Technician License is designed for … Continue reading Move Now, Pay Later with Limited-Time PCmover Business Program!
May 15, 2019 marks 36 years as a global leader in data transfer and migration software. Let’s celebrate with free PCmover software! Celebrate with us To celebrate these years of growth and success, we’re giving away software to subscribers of our mailing list! Consumers get a free PCmover Express copy. We’re also giving a complimentary copy of PCmover Profile Migrator to IT professionals at organizations large and … Continue reading Free PCmover Software for Laplink’s Birthday!
For his clients, instead of working on a migration for over a 4-hour period, the entire transfer was done in 45 minutes with PCmover Professional. Continue reading A Laplink Reseller Interview
This blog post is directed at Software Resellers and IT Service Providers interested in the Laplink Partner Program.
When it comes to getting a new PC “to work”, or enhancing an existing PC via hardware or software upgrades and updates, the effort and time needed to get the PC user “back to work” is substantial. It can take multiple unproductive hours to do so and it is not guaranteed that everything will work again. Continue reading Selling end-to-end service offerings
Some 45 percent of IT professionals plan to replace a desktop with a desktop, while only 12 percent plan to replace a desktop with a laptop. Continue reading Replacing desktop PCs with a desktop
As the economy continues to improve, business professionals will begin updating their computer’s hardware and operating systems for the first time in years. These events will provide a considerable business and financial opportunity for software sales and IT services for professional users requiring a secure migration of their files, folders, user settings, and applications from PC to PC. Continue reading IT Pros prefer PCs in 2015
Laplink Software, Inc. and Enterprise Integration, Inc. today officially announced a partnership to provide Windows 7 upgrade services to enterprise clients throughout North America. We sat down with Tracey Brown, Enterprise Integration’s Chief Operations Officer, to find out a little more about the obstacles his clients face everyday and what computing trends he sees in the future.
What is the background of Enterprise Integration [EI]?
“EI has a rich background from both a technology delivery and a technology training perspective. As a company we thrive on the “Raving Fan” brand of service where going above and beyond for our customers is first and foremost in our action and intent. We started off as a small business with a very big client and were able to leverage lessons learned, create a solid vision and execute to share that knowledge across a much larger base of mid-sized clients. We are a managed service provider for all of IT Operations, from Service Desk to Operations Architecture Strategy. We are Gold Microsoft Partner, Platinum Citrix, Advanced Cisco, VM Ware Enterprise, Riverbed and Net App.” Continue reading “Laplink partnership with Enterprise Integration – Interview with COO Tracey Brown”
Microsoft’s User State Migration Tool
Microsoft’s User State Migration Tool (USMT) tool provides large organization a way to transfer data from one PC to another. USMT is a command line driven utility that is used for a larger deployments in corporate settings and can work on most version of Windows but requires extensive development for older versions.
USMT utilizes a two step process (load state and scan state) to capture and transfer user accounts, settings, and data to a “destination” PC. Most importantly, it does not transfer applications. This can have a major impact in regards to end-user downtime, helpdesk support activity, and other costs for PCs with non-standard software (media replacement costs).
The User State Migration Tool also requires XML expertise on an ongoing basis, and possibly software development resources in order to create a user interface, configure application settings for migration, and migrate non-standard configurations on a user’s desktop. This can drastically increase the cost of deployment services, upgrade services, and other support related services.
PCmover Enterprise can also be used to deploy “user templates” or “images” stored as an archive file (done using a file-based migration method on a reference PC). Since PCmover is hardware and OS neutral, updates to the core image will not require updates to the PCmover migration “templates” or “images”, enabling PCmover to streamline the imaging maintenance component. “Templates” may contain a single application and no data, multiple applications, or a pre-set grouping of data and applications specific to the user or role. Continue reading “Comparison Series – PCmover vs. Microsoft’s User State Migration Tool”
IYogi, one of the largest on-demand technical support providers says that the number one complaint they receive relates to upgrading and deploying the new Windows 7 operating system. “Most of the problems that customers have with Windows 7 have to do with installation, or application and data migration,” said Vishal Dhar, co-founder of iYogi told CNN. “These are all fixable problems, but they’re annoyances and … Continue reading Top Problem With Windows 7 – Upgrading
Microsoft created a giant migraine headache for consumers when they decided not to offer a direct upgrade path from just about every operating system they sell (check it out). What do people do when they have questions? What do they do when they can’t figure out how to upgrade their system without losing all the information they have on their old PC? Microsoft’s answer comes in the form of a note that accompanies their boxed copies of Windows 7 (seen here).
Option A) You will need to find an external storage device and all your installation discs for any software you want on the new PC. Then run the Windows Upgrade advisor to see what will run on the new PC and what won’t. After that save all your files to and settings to an external storage device using the Windows Easy Transfer program. Microsoft then advises you to reinstall all your applications on the new PC. Finally, you will need to do a custom installation of Windows 7. Needless to say, a lot of work!