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ASEZA upgrades to Microsoft Windows 7.

Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) has become another early adopter of Windows 7, deploying the software on 500 of its machines across all departments and offices in Aqaba, providing its 800 employees with the opportunity to be some of the KingdomAAEs first users of the latest operating system developed by Microsoft. Omar Oduibat, Information Systems Director at ASEZA, said, AoWhat I like most about Windows 7 is the compatibility with existing devices and software applications, making the migration from a previous version of Windows quick, easy and cost effective.AoZeid Shubailat, Country Manager of Microsoft Jordan, stated, AoWindows 7 was designed to make things easier for users, with application compatibility being one of our main concerns, which allows for faster deployment as was demonstrated in the case of ASEZA. Application compatibility should not be a concern for users thinking of making the upgrade to Windows 7.

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Publication:The Star (Amman, Jordan)
Date:Oct 26, 2009
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