Bangalore International Airport Limited goes Windows 7

Bangalore, the IT capital of India now has an international airport on par with global standards. BIAL has approximately 500 PCs (desktops & laptops), which run Windows XP operating system, was looking to simplifying its computer environment, along with stronger operating system security features to keep its computers safe. The company wanted a mechanism to control application usage […]

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Bangalore, the IT capital of India now has an international airport on par with global standards. BIAL has approximately 500 PCs (desktops & laptops), which run Windows XP operating system, was looking to simplifying its computer environment, along with stronger operating system security features to keep its computers safe. The company wanted a mechanism to control application usage among employees. In May 2009, BIAL learned about an opportunity to become an early adopter of the Windows 7 operating system. When Microsoft made the Windows 7 operating system available, BIAL swiftly deployed the software on 75 computers across its office. Windows 7 simplifies the way you use your PC, and the way your PC connects with the world. As part of its upgrade, BIAL evaluated several Windows 7 features. For enhanced security, BIAL evaluated and deployed the BitLocker drive encryption and BitLocker To Go features in Windows 7.

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