Although Microsoft released Windows 11 more than a year ago, many organizations are still using Windows 10 today. While you can continue to run Windows 10 for now, the day will inevitably come when Microsoft stops supporting that Windows version. As such, it is important to begin considering your eventual migration path, even if it is a ways off.
The good news about delaying the migration is you can learn from Windows 11’s early adopters. After all, a successful Windows 11 upgrade involves much more than making sure that your systems adhere to Windows’ infamous TPM 2.0 requirement.
In this series of best practices, I will discuss aspects of the Windows 11 migration process that can be easy to overlook. Download our Windows 11 Migration Guide: 4 Best Practices When Upgrading to learn how to:
- Prepare your organization for migration to Windows 11
- Apply the three-tier Windows 11 deployment approach
- Steer clear of easily avoided migration hiccups with real-world advice from early adopters