Remove 80% of effort from your Win10 migration project
Upgrade that difficult last 20% today
Windows 10 has over 20 new security features, each designed to mitigate against common attacks. However, for many organizations, their migration is being impeded by the following upgrade challenges (the 20% of Pareto’s Law). Click on any one for a short video intro on how to reach them.
The secret to Zero-touch Automation
1E’s Windows Servicing Suite is the only solution able to automate your entire migration. Central to its ability to reach even the difficult last 20% of machines is its Windows Servicing Assistant feature, which enables all end-users to upgrade at a time that suits them.
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1E or Modern Management/Co-management
An update method as common as it is complex, here’s how 1E can make a difference to any Wipe-and-Load migration.
The quickest way to migrate existing devices to Windows 10 – but even here there are limitations to a wholly native Microsoft approach.
An ongoing operational requirement beyond your migration, finding the right method for new machines is especially important.
Once your devices are on Windows 10, you still have semi-annual feature updates to plan for. Explore the options for this ongoing process.
“We needed a complementary, automated way to accelerate our Windows 10 migration. That's where Windows Servicing Suite came into the picture.”Read the Case StudyMichal Lackovic
Program Manager | Schneider Electric
“We experimented with Windows 10 in our labs. It took over a day to upgrade from Windows 7: we had to figure out how in the world we’re going to be able to scale this up to 40,000 devices.”Read the Case StudyMatt Roper
Cherokee County School District
“We were going to have to hire more than $600,000 worth of labor to come in and do the process. The other option was automation.”Read the Case StudyKenny Covington
System Administrator | Riverside Health System
“We were going to have to hire more than $600,000 worth of labor to come in and do the process. The other option was automation.”