Hardware refresh can take upwards of four years You need to act now
Waiting for new hardware to arrive looks like an appealing option to roll out Windows 10 if it can avoid complicated re-configuration.
But the reality is, for most organizations, that’s going to take too long to replace all the existing devices.
If you want to speed up the replacement program, that’s a major cost issue, and you still have manual effort to receive and configure the new devices and migrate user’s data and apps from their old PC.
Don’t let your organization fall behind
We decided to introduce two methods to help us migrate to Windows 10. One of these was through the natural PC refresh cycle… but that would still not be enough because even if we replaced 25,000 PCs annually, we needed a complementary, automated way to accelerate our Windows 10 migration. That’s where Nomad came into the picture.
Michal Lackovic Program Manager | Schneider Electric
1E has helped hundreds of the world’s leading organizations migrate all their Windows
endpoints in an accelerated, fully-automated way, saving millions on labor costs.