According to this exclusive new research, based on a survey of 1,000+ US tech professionals, 73 percent of businesses will have either completed or begun their Windows 10 migration by the end of 2017.
This means the Windows 10 enterprise migration is now fully underway. Now it becomes more important than ever to establish exactly what these migrations will entail, how long they’ll take, and how they should best be completed.
For example, with a significant majority of respondents expecting the migration to take a year or more to complete, the fact is that the Windows 10 release cadence is going to cause companies problems unless they are able to automate and accelerate the process.
As well as examining the most significant patterns in this process, the State of the Migration report demonstrates how migration times can be reeled in. It’s a must read for anyone in the midst of their migration, or about to begin it.
Windows Servicing is necessary to shut down the security risks associated with running older Windows versions. The challenge is getting all devices to run on the latest Windows edition without causing end user disruption and performance downtime.
Whether you’re struggling with insufficient resources, application management, remote workers or bandwidth problems, 1E’s latest live webinar, ‘Beat The 2020 Deadline: Get to Windows 10 on Schedule and on Budget’, will demonstrate how to get past these challenges and more.