Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012 Under: computers

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unappreciative of work and the little it affords me these days; as I run for the second bus I take to go home in a hurry, all so that I can really reduce my extravagant lifestyle and save my coffee money for the other things that are needed.  I will say one thing, and that is- deployment ain't easy!

Computers for many are the life support of business. People have been using them for so long it would be difficult to imagine not working without them.  As technology advances and things are run faster and more efficiently, upgrades and other changes are made to operating systems and or the foundation of the computer with which everything that is downloaded afterwards rests on.  So it becomes imperative to have an operating system that is up to date so that any and everything else you need to install or use from that computer is able to be used or at least installed resulting from an operating system that compatible. There are times that this works in the reverse in that you can have many companies that still use older operating systems because of the deployment issues which would take time away from running a large company and also the money involved in that no one likes to hear that they will need or require new computers to run the latest and greatest operating system in addition to the cost of the number of licences you need to purchase to install that same operating system cd or downloaded on to each computer. This is why when you need new computers it's cheaper to get the latest operating system available because afterwards its a case of friendly fire.

When companies are put in situations where they have to upgrade to advanced technology to keep up with the competition, since older equipment and software are subjected to problems and limitations in that it's age and wear begin to show and you spend more time trying to fix the problem then you do working with the computer that is supposed to enable you to do the job you do efficiently.  Then the announcement, beginning on such and such a day we will no longer be using the system we are using now because we have created a partnership with a company that rhymes with hell and from that point on your computers must be equipped with the following in order to access our web based software as we are working on being compatible with other operating systems and web browsers.  An event like this can put one in a pickle. Of course the first thing you think of is contacting your local IT guru and ask that he or she find a company that does not rhyme with hell and one that will buy back your computers that you often eat your sparse lunch over anyway, in exchange for new ones with that operating system that is so needed to take you into the future until the next one comes out.  Sounds easy, just leave the calls to him or her and all you have to do is remove a few crumbs and throw those things into a box and your job is done. Once the newbies arrive hey, that's what the company  pays IT for, installation and connection to your other devices.  With that check, you can show your appreciation by just wearing one hat!

The downside is that IT can be expensive and at times show their realness by their fees. So if it takes them several hours to fend a company willing to accept used stuff and to then order new stuff with all of what you need on them including the time it takes for the network and routing aspects to be configured along with virus free and security features a company can easily get billed over $1,000.  With such charges and costs your superiors can incur, they may walk in with a visor and inform you of their decisions resulting from the costs of technology.  Since we only have one head there may be times we have to compromise and end up somewhere in the middle. To deploy from one operating system to another is not easy. The software to do so is free online but to locate it and make sure you have downloaded and are able to access the correct software is another- which is why this is free-the expertise and or experience to do all of this is why one pays; as this all involves stuff like the migration tool kit and automated installation ISO files kit. You also need the latest operating system and a license to use it on more than one computer.  Is there a simpler way to do this without breaking the bank for small businesses and without having an employee gain valuable experience, lessons in hunger and without a way to get home by doing this themselves?

IDEA:

The latest operating system software can be installed on an computer provided that computer meets the requirements needed so that it can be installed successfully.  Once you install a new operating system you wipe out all that was originally on your computer. What really happens with your old files is that they get put into a windows file called windows.old. If you prefer you can then open this file up and set up everything like you had it before. But if this is not a hobby and you are not retired, then this is not something you want to spend time doing. In the business world or in school you would need quick access to your information just as you had it before in order to reduce the amount of down time you have already had by installing the computers and or operating system.  There are easy file transfer software programs on the market that will transfer your files and data but you still have to back them up externally in order to do so and spend time putting everything back onto your desktop ect.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a usb backup device embedded with deployment utilities software that will capture all of your data and create a catalog of links from your computer files. This includes your desktop, user profiles and application settings, documents and even my favorites on your web browser ect..  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a plug and ready device.  All you do is connect the usb hub to your computer's usb port and the software will appear. Since it can automatically detect user profiles it will ask you to select which ones you want to backup? You can backup all of them or just select which ones you want individually.  Since the software is designed to capture all of your data and it's setting as you had it last, you can then restore the contents of your computer once you upgrade to the latest operating system. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is also designed to be used by more than one computer. You can buy a hub for 1 computer user or you can purchase hubs so that you can backup up 5,10,20 computers.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub's software will allow you to backup several computers by using just one hub.  The software will prompt you by asking if you want to backup another computer, if you purchased a hub for more than one computer. If you select no it will stop and you can then use your backup once you are done. If you say yes, then begin to select the user profile(s) you want to be backed up. The hub will begin to backup the information in the next slot available ie. computer 2 and you can continue untill you have used all of the computer slots available for storage. As you continue backing up, depending on how much you have stored on each computer will depend on if the hub can actually store 4 or 5 computers or 8 to 10 computer ect. This is because many people put more memory into their computers after they purchase them so this may affect storage capacity if most of the memory or space is used.  Once you have installed your new operating system you are ready to use The Deployment Conference USB backup hub will transfer the files and data just as you had them on your old operating system. You simply connect the hub to the usb port on your computer and the software will ask you if you want to backup or transfer files? If you are a 1 computer user you will then just select the user profiles that you want to transfer and press transfer. If you have more than one computer, the software will ask you what computer you want to transfer and what user profile(s). You select what computer you want transferred and profiles and then press transfer.  Your information including your desktop will look as you had it before the operating system change as it also saves your favorites from your web browser as well. The software will also allow you to individually access what you stored and delete files or profiles to create room for new ones. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is good for restoring information when it is lost due to a computer virus or for computer backup.  So now you can carry on as usual by using The Deployment Conference USB backup hub. Instead of getting behind in that head, use it to get ahead- afterall where would you wear your cap?

 

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Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012 Under: computers

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unappreciative of work and the little it affords me these days; as I run for the second bus I take to go home in a hurry, all so that I can really reduce my extravagant lifestyle and save my coffee money for the other things that are needed.  I will say one thing, and that is- deployment ain't easy!

Computers for many are the life support of business. People have been using them for so long it would be difficult to imagine not working without them.  As technology advances and things are run faster and more efficiently, upgrades and other changes are made to operating systems and or the foundation of the computer with which everything that is downloaded afterwards rests on.  So it becomes imperative to have an operating system that is up to date so that any and everything else you need to install or use from that computer is able to be used or at least installed resulting from an operating system that compatible. There are times that this works in the reverse in that you can have many companies that still use older operating systems because of the deployment issues which would take time away from running a large company and also the money involved in that no one likes to hear that they will need or require new computers to run the latest and greatest operating system in addition to the cost of the number of licences you need to purchase to install that same operating system cd or downloaded on to each computer. This is why when you need new computers it's cheaper to get the latest operating system available because afterwards its a case of friendly fire.

When companies are put in situations where they have to upgrade to advanced technology to keep up with the competition, since older equipment and software are subjected to problems and limitations in that it's age and wear begin to show and you spend more time trying to fix the problem then you do working with the computer that is supposed to enable you to do the job you do efficiently.  Then the announcement, beginning on such and such a day we will no longer be using the system we are using now because we have created a partnership with a company that rhymes with hell and from that point on your computers must be equipped with the following in order to access our web based software as we are working on being compatible with other operating systems and web browsers.  An event like this can put one in a pickle. Of course the first thing you think of is contacting your local IT guru and ask that he or she find a company that does not rhyme with hell and one that will buy back your computers that you often eat your sparse lunch over anyway, in exchange for new ones with that operating system that is so needed to take you into the future until the next one comes out.  Sounds easy, just leave the calls to him or her and all you have to do is remove a few crumbs and throw those things into a box and your job is done. Once the newbies arrive hey, that's what the company  pays IT for, installation and connection to your other devices.  With that check, you can show your appreciation by just wearing one hat!

The downside is that IT can be expensive and at times show their realness by their fees. So if it takes them several hours to fend a company willing to accept used stuff and to then order new stuff with all of what you need on them including the time it takes for the network and routing aspects to be configured along with virus free and security features a company can easily get billed over $1,000.  With such charges and costs your superiors can incur, they may walk in with a visor and inform you of their decisions resulting from the costs of technology.  Since we only have one head there may be times we have to compromise and end up somewhere in the middle. To deploy from one operating system to another is not easy. The software to do so is free online but to locate it and make sure you have downloaded and are able to access the correct software is another- which is why this is free-the expertise and or experience to do all of this is why one pays; as this all involves stuff like the migration tool kit and automated installation ISO files kit. You also need the latest operating system and a license to use it on more than one computer.  Is there a simpler way to do this without breaking the bank for small businesses and without having an employee gain valuable experience, lessons in hunger and without a way to get home by doing this themselves?

IDEA:

The latest operating system software can be installed on an computer provided that computer meets the requirements needed so that it can be installed successfully.  Once you install a new operating system you wipe out all that was originally on your computer. What really happens with your old files is that they get put into a windows file called windows.old. If you prefer you can then open this file up and set up everything like you had it before. But if this is not a hobby and you are not retired, then this is not something you want to spend time doing. In the business world or in school you would need quick access to your information just as you had it before in order to reduce the amount of down time you have already had by installing the computers and or operating system.  There are easy file transfer software programs on the market that will transfer your files and data but you still have to back them up externally in order to do so and spend time putting everything back onto your desktop ect.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a usb backup device embedded with deployment utilities software that will capture all of your data and create a catalog of links from your computer files. This includes your desktop, user profiles and application settings, documents and even my favorites on your web browser ect..  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a plug and ready device.  All you do is connect the usb hub to your computer's usb port and the software will appear. Since it can automatically detect user profiles it will ask you to select which ones you want to backup? You can backup all of them or just select which ones you want individually.  Since the software is designed to capture all of your data and it's setting as you had it last, you can then restore the contents of your computer once you upgrade to the latest operating system. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is also designed to be used by more than one computer. You can buy a hub for 1 computer user or you can purchase hubs so that you can backup up 5,10,20 computers.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub's software will allow you to backup several computers by using just one hub.  The software will prompt you by asking if you want to backup another computer, if you purchased a hub for more than one computer. If you select no it will stop and you can then use your backup once you are done. If you say yes, then begin to select the user profile(s) you want to be backed up. The hub will begin to backup the information in the next slot available ie. computer 2 and you can continue untill you have used all of the computer slots available for storage. As you continue backing up, depending on how much you have stored on each computer will depend on if the hub can actually store 4 or 5 computers or 8 to 10 computer ect. This is because many people put more memory into their computers after they purchase them so this may affect storage capacity if most of the memory or space is used.  Once you have installed your new operating system you are ready to use The Deployment Conference USB backup hub will transfer the files and data just as you had them on your old operating system. You simply connect the hub to the usb port on your computer and the software will ask you if you want to backup or transfer files? If you are a 1 computer user you will then just select the user profiles that you want to transfer and press transfer. If you have more than one computer, the software will ask you what computer you want to transfer and what user profile(s). You select what computer you want transferred and profiles and then press transfer.  Your information including your desktop will look as you had it before the operating system change as it also saves your favorites from your web browser as well. The software will also allow you to individually access what you stored and delete files or profiles to create room for new ones. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is good for restoring information when it is lost due to a computer virus or for computer backup.  So now you can carry on as usual by using The Deployment Conference USB backup hub. Instead of getting behind in that head, use it to get ahead- afterall where would you wear your cap?

 

In : computers 



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Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012 Under: computers

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unappreciative of work and the little it affords me these days; as I run for the second bus I take to go home in a hurry, all so that I can really reduce my extravagant lifestyle and save my coffee money for the other things that are needed.  I will say one thing, and that is- deployment ain't easy!

Computers for many are the life support of business. People have been using them for so long it would be difficult to imagine not working without them.  As technology advances and things are run faster and more efficiently, upgrades and other changes are made to operating systems and or the foundation of the computer with which everything that is downloaded afterwards rests on.  So it becomes imperative to have an operating system that is up to date so that any and everything else you need to install or use from that computer is able to be used or at least installed resulting from an operating system that compatible. There are times that this works in the reverse in that you can have many companies that still use older operating systems because of the deployment issues which would take time away from running a large company and also the money involved in that no one likes to hear that they will need or require new computers to run the latest and greatest operating system in addition to the cost of the number of licences you need to purchase to install that same operating system cd or downloaded on to each computer. This is why when you need new computers it's cheaper to get the latest operating system available because afterwards its a case of friendly fire.

When companies are put in situations where they have to upgrade to advanced technology to keep up with the competition, since older equipment and software are subjected to problems and limitations in that it's age and wear begin to show and you spend more time trying to fix the problem then you do working with the computer that is supposed to enable you to do the job you do efficiently.  Then the announcement, beginning on such and such a day we will no longer be using the system we are using now because we have created a partnership with a company that rhymes with hell and from that point on your computers must be equipped with the following in order to access our web based software as we are working on being compatible with other operating systems and web browsers.  An event like this can put one in a pickle. Of course the first thing you think of is contacting your local IT guru and ask that he or she find a company that does not rhyme with hell and one that will buy back your computers that you often eat your sparse lunch over anyway, in exchange for new ones with that operating system that is so needed to take you into the future until the next one comes out.  Sounds easy, just leave the calls to him or her and all you have to do is remove a few crumbs and throw those things into a box and your job is done. Once the newbies arrive hey, that's what the company  pays IT for, installation and connection to your other devices.  With that check, you can show your appreciation by just wearing one hat!

The downside is that IT can be expensive and at times show their realness by their fees. So if it takes them several hours to fend a company willing to accept used stuff and to then order new stuff with all of what you need on them including the time it takes for the network and routing aspects to be configured along with virus free and security features a company can easily get billed over $1,000.  With such charges and costs your superiors can incur, they may walk in with a visor and inform you of their decisions resulting from the costs of technology.  Since we only have one head there may be times we have to compromise and end up somewhere in the middle. To deploy from one operating system to another is not easy. The software to do so is free online but to locate it and make sure you have downloaded and are able to access the correct software is another- which is why this is free-the expertise and or experience to do all of this is why one pays; as this all involves stuff like the migration tool kit and automated installation ISO files kit. You also need the latest operating system and a license to use it on more than one computer.  Is there a simpler way to do this without breaking the bank for small businesses and without having an employee gain valuable experience, lessons in hunger and without a way to get home by doing this themselves?

IDEA:

The latest operating system software can be installed on an computer provided that computer meets the requirements needed so that it can be installed successfully.  Once you install a new operating system you wipe out all that was originally on your computer. What really happens with your old files is that they get put into a windows file called windows.old. If you prefer you can then open this file up and set up everything like you had it before. But if this is not a hobby and you are not retired, then this is not something you want to spend time doing. In the business world or in school you would need quick access to your information just as you had it before in order to reduce the amount of down time you have already had by installing the computers and or operating system.  There are easy file transfer software programs on the market that will transfer your files and data but you still have to back them up externally in order to do so and spend time putting everything back onto your desktop ect.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a usb backup device embedded with deployment utilities software that will capture all of your data and create a catalog of links from your computer files. This includes your desktop, user profiles and application settings, documents and even my favorites on your web browser ect..  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a plug and ready device.  All you do is connect the usb hub to your computer's usb port and the software will appear. Since it can automatically detect user profiles it will ask you to select which ones you want to backup? You can backup all of them or just select which ones you want individually.  Since the software is designed to capture all of your data and it's setting as you had it last, you can then restore the contents of your computer once you upgrade to the latest operating system. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is also designed to be used by more than one computer. You can buy a hub for 1 computer user or you can purchase hubs so that you can backup up 5,10,20 computers.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub's software will allow you to backup several computers by using just one hub.  The software will prompt you by asking if you want to backup another computer, if you purchased a hub for more than one computer. If you select no it will stop and you can then use your backup once you are done. If you say yes, then begin to select the user profile(s) you want to be backed up. The hub will begin to backup the information in the next slot available ie. computer 2 and you can continue untill you have used all of the computer slots available for storage. As you continue backing up, depending on how much you have stored on each computer will depend on if the hub can actually store 4 or 5 computers or 8 to 10 computer ect. This is because many people put more memory into their computers after they purchase them so this may affect storage capacity if most of the memory or space is used.  Once you have installed your new operating system you are ready to use The Deployment Conference USB backup hub will transfer the files and data just as you had them on your old operating system. You simply connect the hub to the usb port on your computer and the software will ask you if you want to backup or transfer files? If you are a 1 computer user you will then just select the user profiles that you want to transfer and press transfer. If you have more than one computer, the software will ask you what computer you want to transfer and what user profile(s). You select what computer you want transferred and profiles and then press transfer.  Your information including your desktop will look as you had it before the operating system change as it also saves your favorites from your web browser as well. The software will also allow you to individually access what you stored and delete files or profiles to create room for new ones. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is good for restoring information when it is lost due to a computer virus or for computer backup.  So now you can carry on as usual by using The Deployment Conference USB backup hub. Instead of getting behind in that head, use it to get ahead- afterall where would you wear your cap?

 

In : computers 



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Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012 Under: computers

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unappreciative of work and the little it affords me these days; as I run for the second bus I take to go home in a hurry, all so that I can really reduce my extravagant lifestyle and save my coffee money for the other things that are needed.  I will say one thing, and that is- deployment ain't easy!

Computers for many are the life support of business. People have been using them for so long it would be difficult to imagine not working without them.  As technology advances and things are run faster and more efficiently, upgrades and other changes are made to operating systems and or the foundation of the computer with which everything that is downloaded afterwards rests on.  So it becomes imperative to have an operating system that is up to date so that any and everything else you need to install or use from that computer is able to be used or at least installed resulting from an operating system that compatible. There are times that this works in the reverse in that you can have many companies that still use older operating systems because of the deployment issues which would take time away from running a large company and also the money involved in that no one likes to hear that they will need or require new computers to run the latest and greatest operating system in addition to the cost of the number of licences you need to purchase to install that same operating system cd or downloaded on to each computer. This is why when you need new computers it's cheaper to get the latest operating system available because afterwards its a case of friendly fire.

When companies are put in situations where they have to upgrade to advanced technology to keep up with the competition, since older equipment and software are subjected to problems and limitations in that it's age and wear begin to show and you spend more time trying to fix the problem then you do working with the computer that is supposed to enable you to do the job you do efficiently.  Then the announcement, beginning on such and such a day we will no longer be using the system we are using now because we have created a partnership with a company that rhymes with hell and from that point on your computers must be equipped with the following in order to access our web based software as we are working on being compatible with other operating systems and web browsers.  An event like this can put one in a pickle. Of course the first thing you think of is contacting your local IT guru and ask that he or she find a company that does not rhyme with hell and one that will buy back your computers that you often eat your sparse lunch over anyway, in exchange for new ones with that operating system that is so needed to take you into the future until the next one comes out.  Sounds easy, just leave the calls to him or her and all you have to do is remove a few crumbs and throw those things into a box and your job is done. Once the newbies arrive hey, that's what the company  pays IT for, installation and connection to your other devices.  With that check, you can show your appreciation by just wearing one hat!

The downside is that IT can be expensive and at times show their realness by their fees. So if it takes them several hours to fend a company willing to accept used stuff and to then order new stuff with all of what you need on them including the time it takes for the network and routing aspects to be configured along with virus free and security features a company can easily get billed over $1,000.  With such charges and costs your superiors can incur, they may walk in with a visor and inform you of their decisions resulting from the costs of technology.  Since we only have one head there may be times we have to compromise and end up somewhere in the middle. To deploy from one operating system to another is not easy. The software to do so is free online but to locate it and make sure you have downloaded and are able to access the correct software is another- which is why this is free-the expertise and or experience to do all of this is why one pays; as this all involves stuff like the migration tool kit and automated installation ISO files kit. You also need the latest operating system and a license to use it on more than one computer.  Is there a simpler way to do this without breaking the bank for small businesses and without having an employee gain valuable experience, lessons in hunger and without a way to get home by doing this themselves?

IDEA:

The latest operating system software can be installed on an computer provided that computer meets the requirements needed so that it can be installed successfully.  Once you install a new operating system you wipe out all that was originally on your computer. What really happens with your old files is that they get put into a windows file called windows.old. If you prefer you can then open this file up and set up everything like you had it before. But if this is not a hobby and you are not retired, then this is not something you want to spend time doing. In the business world or in school you would need quick access to your information just as you had it before in order to reduce the amount of down time you have already had by installing the computers and or operating system.  There are easy file transfer software programs on the market that will transfer your files and data but you still have to back them up externally in order to do so and spend time putting everything back onto your desktop ect.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a usb backup device embedded with deployment utilities software that will capture all of your data and create a catalog of links from your computer files. This includes your desktop, user profiles and application settings, documents and even my favorites on your web browser ect..  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a plug and ready device.  All you do is connect the usb hub to your computer's usb port and the software will appear. Since it can automatically detect user profiles it will ask you to select which ones you want to backup? You can backup all of them or just select which ones you want individually.  Since the software is designed to capture all of your data and it's setting as you had it last, you can then restore the contents of your computer once you upgrade to the latest operating system. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is also designed to be used by more than one computer. You can buy a hub for 1 computer user or you can purchase hubs so that you can backup up 5,10,20 computers.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub's software will allow you to backup several computers by using just one hub.  The software will prompt you by asking if you want to backup another computer, if you purchased a hub for more than one computer. If you select no it will stop and you can then use your backup once you are done. If you say yes, then begin to select the user profile(s) you want to be backed up. The hub will begin to backup the information in the next slot available ie. computer 2 and you can continue untill you have used all of the computer slots available for storage. As you continue backing up, depending on how much you have stored on each computer will depend on if the hub can actually store 4 or 5 computers or 8 to 10 computer ect. This is because many people put more memory into their computers after they purchase them so this may affect storage capacity if most of the memory or space is used.  Once you have installed your new operating system you are ready to use The Deployment Conference USB backup hub will transfer the files and data just as you had them on your old operating system. You simply connect the hub to the usb port on your computer and the software will ask you if you want to backup or transfer files? If you are a 1 computer user you will then just select the user profiles that you want to transfer and press transfer. If you have more than one computer, the software will ask you what computer you want to transfer and what user profile(s). You select what computer you want transferred and profiles and then press transfer.  Your information including your desktop will look as you had it before the operating system change as it also saves your favorites from your web browser as well. The software will also allow you to individually access what you stored and delete files or profiles to create room for new ones. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is good for restoring information when it is lost due to a computer virus or for computer backup.  So now you can carry on as usual by using The Deployment Conference USB backup hub. Instead of getting behind in that head, use it to get ahead- afterall where would you wear your cap?

 

In : computers 



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Going Somewhere-Deployment?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 26, 2012 Under: computers

Technology is supposed to make things easier and enable things to get done faster and most of all cheaper. Which is why many of us who entered at least the workforce portion of advancement, embraced technology because it was a gadgety way to do a job while the most laborous tasks were reduced. Unfortunately, in the deployment sector in getting from one nation to another one in terms of operating systems on computers that rekindled a laborous reunion. I do not mean to sound somewhat unappreciative of work and the little it affords me these days; as I run for the second bus I take to go home in a hurry, all so that I can really reduce my extravagant lifestyle and save my coffee money for the other things that are needed.  I will say one thing, and that is- deployment ain't easy!

Computers for many are the life support of business. People have been using them for so long it would be difficult to imagine not working without them.  As technology advances and things are run faster and more efficiently, upgrades and other changes are made to operating systems and or the foundation of the computer with which everything that is downloaded afterwards rests on.  So it becomes imperative to have an operating system that is up to date so that any and everything else you need to install or use from that computer is able to be used or at least installed resulting from an operating system that compatible. There are times that this works in the reverse in that you can have many companies that still use older operating systems because of the deployment issues which would take time away from running a large company and also the money involved in that no one likes to hear that they will need or require new computers to run the latest and greatest operating system in addition to the cost of the number of licences you need to purchase to install that same operating system cd or downloaded on to each computer. This is why when you need new computers it's cheaper to get the latest operating system available because afterwards its a case of friendly fire.

When companies are put in situations where they have to upgrade to advanced technology to keep up with the competition, since older equipment and software are subjected to problems and limitations in that it's age and wear begin to show and you spend more time trying to fix the problem then you do working with the computer that is supposed to enable you to do the job you do efficiently.  Then the announcement, beginning on such and such a day we will no longer be using the system we are using now because we have created a partnership with a company that rhymes with hell and from that point on your computers must be equipped with the following in order to access our web based software as we are working on being compatible with other operating systems and web browsers.  An event like this can put one in a pickle. Of course the first thing you think of is contacting your local IT guru and ask that he or she find a company that does not rhyme with hell and one that will buy back your computers that you often eat your sparse lunch over anyway, in exchange for new ones with that operating system that is so needed to take you into the future until the next one comes out.  Sounds easy, just leave the calls to him or her and all you have to do is remove a few crumbs and throw those things into a box and your job is done. Once the newbies arrive hey, that's what the company  pays IT for, installation and connection to your other devices.  With that check, you can show your appreciation by just wearing one hat!

The downside is that IT can be expensive and at times show their realness by their fees. So if it takes them several hours to fend a company willing to accept used stuff and to then order new stuff with all of what you need on them including the time it takes for the network and routing aspects to be configured along with virus free and security features a company can easily get billed over $1,000.  With such charges and costs your superiors can incur, they may walk in with a visor and inform you of their decisions resulting from the costs of technology.  Since we only have one head there may be times we have to compromise and end up somewhere in the middle. To deploy from one operating system to another is not easy. The software to do so is free online but to locate it and make sure you have downloaded and are able to access the correct software is another- which is why this is free-the expertise and or experience to do all of this is why one pays; as this all involves stuff like the migration tool kit and automated installation ISO files kit. You also need the latest operating system and a license to use it on more than one computer.  Is there a simpler way to do this without breaking the bank for small businesses and without having an employee gain valuable experience, lessons in hunger and without a way to get home by doing this themselves?

IDEA:

The latest operating system software can be installed on an computer provided that computer meets the requirements needed so that it can be installed successfully.  Once you install a new operating system you wipe out all that was originally on your computer. What really happens with your old files is that they get put into a windows file called windows.old. If you prefer you can then open this file up and set up everything like you had it before. But if this is not a hobby and you are not retired, then this is not something you want to spend time doing. In the business world or in school you would need quick access to your information just as you had it before in order to reduce the amount of down time you have already had by installing the computers and or operating system.  There are easy file transfer software programs on the market that will transfer your files and data but you still have to back them up externally in order to do so and spend time putting everything back onto your desktop ect.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a usb backup device embedded with deployment utilities software that will capture all of your data and create a catalog of links from your computer files. This includes your desktop, user profiles and application settings, documents and even my favorites on your web browser ect..  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is a plug and ready device.  All you do is connect the usb hub to your computer's usb port and the software will appear. Since it can automatically detect user profiles it will ask you to select which ones you want to backup? You can backup all of them or just select which ones you want individually.  Since the software is designed to capture all of your data and it's setting as you had it last, you can then restore the contents of your computer once you upgrade to the latest operating system. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is also designed to be used by more than one computer. You can buy a hub for 1 computer user or you can purchase hubs so that you can backup up 5,10,20 computers.  The Deployment Conference USB backup hub's software will allow you to backup several computers by using just one hub.  The software will prompt you by asking if you want to backup another computer, if you purchased a hub for more than one computer. If you select no it will stop and you can then use your backup once you are done. If you say yes, then begin to select the user profile(s) you want to be backed up. The hub will begin to backup the information in the next slot available ie. computer 2 and you can continue untill you have used all of the computer slots available for storage. As you continue backing up, depending on how much you have stored on each computer will depend on if the hub can actually store 4 or 5 computers or 8 to 10 computer ect. This is because many people put more memory into their computers after they purchase them so this may affect storage capacity if most of the memory or space is used.  Once you have installed your new operating system you are ready to use The Deployment Conference USB backup hub will transfer the files and data just as you had them on your old operating system. You simply connect the hub to the usb port on your computer and the software will ask you if you want to backup or transfer files? If you are a 1 computer user you will then just select the user profiles that you want to transfer and press transfer. If you have more than one computer, the software will ask you what computer you want to transfer and what user profile(s). You select what computer you want transferred and profiles and then press transfer.  Your information including your desktop will look as you had it before the operating system change as it also saves your favorites from your web browser as well. The software will also allow you to individually access what you stored and delete files or profiles to create room for new ones. The Deployment Conference USB backup hub is good for restoring information when it is lost due to a computer virus or for computer backup.  So now you can carry on as usual by using The Deployment Conference USB backup hub. Instead of getting behind in that head, use it to get ahead- afterall where would you wear your cap?

 

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