Operating systems

City of Miami Upgrades PCs to Improve Security, Reliability, Productivity, and Costs

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Executive Summary

As part of its plans to optimize its IT infrastructure, the City of Miami had to find an effective way to centrally store user data - a model that didn't work as well as desired with the Windows XP Professional operating system. The city chose to upgrade to the Windows Vista operating system, which offers improvements to Offline Files that will make the central storage of user data virtually transparent to end users. The city's move to Windows Vista will yield other benefits as well, including greater ease of use, increased user productivity, improved reliability, enhanced security, reduced IT effort, and lower costs.

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