PC Migration Software Leader

Tranxition has seen a large increase in customer wins. made steady progress competing against other solutions.   In the last three side-by-side customer tests, Tranxition either won the competition outright, or pushed an existing competitor solution out of the customer.   One recent evaluation by a manufacturer proved that their use of a competitor over more than…

Tranxition Broadens Integration with Ivanti Products

Ivanti announced today in a newsletter to their customer base that the firm now offers Ivanti Migration Manager to its EPM systems management and endpoint management solution. Ivanti Migration Manager has been available for the recently acquired HEAT DSM endpoint manager and its forbears since 2005. The new offering integrates Ivanti Migration Manager with Ivanti…

Tranxition Migration Manager 10.2 Released

I’m happy to announce that our minor release of Tranxition Migration Manager 10.2 has been released. While it looks almost like the same product, there is a lot of work behind the scenes: We’ve added a number of customer-requested minor bug fixes.   We’ve also added ODBC settings across all Operating Systems.  And on top…

Anti-virus products help bolster Windows XP

This year, April brought us (in the Pacific Northwest, at any rate) not only showers, but Microsoft’s deadline for leaving anyone still running Windows XP unsupported and out in the cold and vulnerable to infection. For those who insist on sticking with XP,  it’s comforting to know that there are reliable anti-virus products on the market…

Windows XP Migration Affecting PC Market Share

Demand for PCs is reported to be down for the second quarter of this year as compared to the same quarter for 2011 and 2012, according to estimates from both Gartner and IDC, in a Forbes Tech article posted today. The slow but continually steady growth of PC sales is attributed to a combination of…

White Paper: User Persona API (UP-API) from Tranxition

It’s often assumed that personal computers are generic and not deeply customized. Another regular misconception is that all data is stored on network drives.  And the most prevalent assumption, in the end, is that users can recustomize a machine quickly. Tranxition customer data and data from Gartner Group suggest that each user set of customizations,…