Windows 10 presents IT with a vast array of new challenges, and delivering a seamless migration is daunting. Additionally, Microsoft’s new release cadence, with frequent large updates, will force IT into a constant state of migration and endless rounds of critical decisions, overtaxing IT resources and IT teams’ ability to keep up. But, that’s a project for the future, not a priority for today, right? Not quite.
There are strong drivers for getting ahead of your Windows 10 migration now, such as:
- New hardware pushing Windows 10
- You already have Windows 10 in your organization
- Your users requesting Windows 10 – and the executives are asking for it too
While Windows 10 has been generally available for a couple of years, only 10% of companies have Windows 10 fully in production, per our survey from Dimensional Research. And while 38% of IT organizations plan to migrate to Windows 10 within the next couple of years, 35% plan to migrate in the next year. How does your organization stack up? Are you planning your migration? And are you ready to face your migration fears and conquer them?
We’ve gathered real, practical advice on how to reduce complexity and challenges to migrate users to Windows 10 with minimal interruption including:
- How to ensure a transparent user migration to Windows 10 with no loss of local user file or profile data
- How to manage and roam between hybrid Windows 7, 8 and 10, and physical/virtual environments
- How to centrally manage and audit your migration
In our most recent webinar with Redmond Magazine we go into depth on this advice. We also provide an extensive demo of how to migrate user profile data and files without disrupting users and enabling effortless roaming between Windows operating systems and physical/virtual environments.