Are you planning your Windows 10 migration and need to understand issues that might hold you back? You’re not alone.
Slow and drawn-out adoptions of new operating systems is not out of the ordinary. In fact, over seven percent of global endpoints continue to use Windows XP, even though Microsoft support ended in 2014 (per Netmarketshare.com). So, what’s delaying migration?
We surveyed over 1800 IT professionals looking for answers. Our respondents all held decision-making responsibility for corporate desktops and laptops. We asked questions on a wide range of subjects including current state of Windows 10 migration, adoption, concerns, experiences and more.
Some of the key findings from the survey include:
- User experience is a top priority for migration teams
- Windows 10 adoption is rapidly accelerating
- Yet Windows 10 adoption concerns are growing just as fast
Our survey results indicate several issues delaying migrations to Windows 10, including:
- Application compatibility
- User confusion from new interface
- Hardware that doesn’t support Windows 10
See how the results broke down in our survey to learn how organizations like yours, with Windows 10 migration planned and in progress, rank their migration concerns.
Get the Windows 10: The State of the Union white paper and see the results from our global survey of over 1800 IT professionals completed in April 2017.