Utility Leader Cuts Operations Costs Up to 30 Percent With New Operating System

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Global power and gas giant E.ON needed to update and standardize its desktop operating system. The company decided to upgrade 85,000 computers to the Windows 7 operating system, using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 for the deployment. With Windows 7, E.ON expects to cut operating costs by up to 30 percent, reduce licensing costs by up to 15 percent, enhance security management, and reduce system maintenance.