Factors to consider before deploying Windows 7
Windows 7 is operating systems that can be used in an enterprise network environment. There are factors that one should consider. The available expertise who will be able to configure and offer services in Windows 7. If the organization is going to hire people to service the network whenever it is down or has issues, then it is advisable to consider buying it. The hardware requirements for Windows 7 should also be considered. The firm must be able to meet the requirements of the operating systems. Some of the hardware requirements include; storage space or the hard drive capacity. The Random Access Memory RAM or the primary memory of the computer systems. Sometimes it may be required to have 2 GB or any other memory size of the operating systems to run. Another factor to consider is the software requirements that will be required to give services to the users. If the Widows 7 will require expensive application software in order to offer services to the users, then one should consider not using it.
Licensing is another factor that should be considered. Windows products are licensed and there are not available for free. This means that an organization must consider its policy it does not allow open source operating systems or it prefers licensed one. If the organization prefers to license then the type of license is another factor to consider. Software can be licensed to be used only by one user or several users. A multiple user operating systems would be more suitable than single user licensing. Wireless access is another factor to consider. If the operating system allows users to remotely access the computer resources.
I have been able to install operating systems and also created a custom image of operating systems. The steps are almost the same as there is no big difference. They are similar steps where the user must follow the process. The steps are similar to installing the operating system on the computer. The operating systems and the custom image take almost the same time in the processing of the task.
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