Windows migrations often conjure images of large, complex projects, such as those to move from Windows XP to Windows 7. While challenging, these projects were generally confined to a specific time period, followed by years before the business would move to the next version of Windows.
Windows 10 changes the way migrations work; releases that require application validation are now months apart instead of years. Organizations no longer need to create an IT team solely focused on Windows migrations. Instead, companies can utilize solutions that are based on automation and predictable application packaging and delivery.
Download this whitepaper to learn more, including:
- Why the release of new system platforms has sped up, requiring more frequent updates.
- How your applications will be impacted when migrating to Windows 10.
- How updated application catalogs accelerate testing, virtualization, and issue remediation.
- How to get more applications out the door in a faster period of time.