Guiding businesses through Microsoft migration. New webinar

The training provider, Commelius Solutions, is launching a webinar to help IT and Learning and Development managers get through the Microsoft upgrade coming this spring.
By: Commelius Solutions
Feb. 28, 2014 - PRLog -- The live session, titled: Microsoft’s migration: how to make it easy on your business (, will focus on such issues as avoiding business disruption, guiding business through the transformation, successfully preparing staff for change, and the opportunities steaming from migration.

The webinar is a follow up to the two articles published by Commelius earlier this year: Operation migration – cut cost by upgrading performance ( and Legal firms great at aligning learning with business strategy (, which aim to build up confidence in IT and L&D teams about business change and make them realise the development potential coming out of it.

“In people’s minds change is always something difficult and something to dread. And I agree; it can be like that when it happens overnight and it’s not planned properly. But it doesn’t have to be difficult or disturbing. We’re launching this webinar to give people an idea of how business change such as moving away from one system to the next, can be done smoothly and painlessly”, says Jon Shepstone, learning technology expert at Commelius.

The webinar is intended for those organisations still using Windows XP and Office 2003, and also to any business thinking about upgrading its software to a newer Microsoft version and will be hosted on the 5 March 2014, 3PM (London GMT).

Anyone interested in learning the key to a successful Microsoft migration can register to the webinar via this link: Microsoft’s migration: how to make it easy on your business (


Aneta Sokolowska
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