November 4, 2013 – BCG Systems, Inc., a provider of technology solutions headquartered in Akron, Ohio, today announced the addition of a new educational webinar to their event schedule, geared for those interested in learning more about the release of Windows 8.1. The company will host a webinar, titled Windows 8: Understand the Changes, on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EDT.
During the session, attendees will obtain the knowledge necessary to understand the importance of the Windows 8.1 migration. The session will also explore the ramifications of delaying the switch to Windows 8 and how many of the features of the initial Windows 8 release have been re-engineered to better meet the needs of users. In addition, attendees will learn how they can stay cloud connected with Windows 8.1, immediately connecting to the things they care about most.
Who Should Attend: Those who are currently running Windows XP or Windows 7 as their operating system, planning their migration to Windows 8.1 and need additional information on how the release will impact their business, or those currently running the initial release of Windows 8.
When: Thursday, November 21, 2013 1:00 p.m. EDT – 2:00 p.m. EDT
Where: Via the Internet
To register, call (800) 968-6661 or visit http://www.bcgsystems.com/windows-8-1-release-webinar/.
About BCG Systems, Inc.
BCG Systems, Inc. is a full service information technology (IT) company, with offices in Akron, OH, Nashville, TN and Atlanta, GA. At BCG Systems we earn our client’s trust everyday by putting the business back in IT. We believe when your business applies technology it should eliminate costs, increase efficiency and strengthen your competitive advantage. BCG takes the time to review your business needs, define your requirements, develop and implement the right solution and provide training, as well as timely, reliable support. In short, we recommend Complete Business Solutions to sensibly support your business strategy and drive a lasting competitive advantage. To learn more about BCG Systems, visit www.bcgsystems.com.
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