After Jan 14, 2020, if you’re on Windows 7…

windows 10

…you won’t be receiving security updates.

With the unbelievable amounts of money spent last year on remediating breaches from unpatched software and out-of-date systems, chances are you’re going to want to update to Windows 10 before the deadline.
A common question we get is, “Why do so many people wait to update?”. It usually has something to do with managing whole machine replacements, administering wipe-and-loads, and getting in sync with remote workers. And of course, you can’t leave out the budget factor. Gartner tells us that the typical cost to migrate a PC to Windows 10 will run $256 to $445. But, spoiler alert, 1E can help you save nearly $200, depending on the migration process employed. Luckily for you, Gartner has laid out a migration cost model, customized for your environment, to help you budget your migration costs.

But wait, there’s more…

We have a plethora of resources for you to peruse to help you on your way to a secure Windows 10. Take a look:

  • Cherokee School District and WSS: Why Microsoft + 1E is the right way to get to Windows 10
    40,000 endpoints is a lot of systems to consider when planning a major upgrade like moving to Windows 10. This case study showcases how our Windows Servicing Suite managed this massive migration without disruption. With automation, the upgrade from BIOS-to-UEFI across multiple hardware platforms was smooth and successful. Sounds too good to be true? It could happen to you, too.
  • Rough Guide to Windows 10 Security on-demand webinar with Shannon Fritz
    This on-demand webinar doesn’t beat around the bush! The two experts here definitely “tell it like it is” and give the audience a clear picture of what the Windows 10 security landscape looks like. They highlight the elements that are most critical for the majority of organizations as well as how they can be used in tandem to create a secure environment.
  • Modern Workplace Management on-demand webinar with MVP Tim De Keuekelaere
    Here you’ll learn how to plan your transition to modern management as well as understand the opportunities and challenges of modern endpoint management moving forward. See how our Windows Servicing Assistant automates Windows management tasks which reduce the load on IT and empower end users to keep their own devices healthy and up-to-date.


Additionally, we know that updating completely can be daunting.

The last 20% of the majority of these migrations are causing the most stress. (Yes, we’re looking at you, remote workers!) Believe us when we say, there is an easier way. If you identify with any of these issues, we can help. Let’s get you over the hump and on your way to Windows 10-town.


Digital Employee Experience (DEX) in the Enterprise: Progress, Patterns, and Gaps

DEX Report