After migrating thousands of users, here are the 4 key areas we believe you must consider to complete a successful migration to Windows 10.
January 14, 2020 marks the official end-date for usefulness of Windows 7 and Server 2008/2008r2. For companies unable to migrate to Windows 10 by this date, Microsoft will offer extended support for Windows 7, but beware: It will cost you dearly.
Ever-increasing monthly fees from Microsoft could end up costing your company hundreds of thousands of dollars — or more — annually. Worse still, this expense is only one of several negative impacts your business may experience if you fail to migrate to Windows 10 before 2020.
As with every project, thoughtful upfront planning is key to slaying your Windows 10 migration on-time and on-budget, while also satisfying users and other stakeholders. A great way to begin planning is by considering the impacts and implications that the following four factors will have on your migration to Windows 10:
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