There’s a big announcement and it’s time to pay attention… If you have read any of the Microsoft marketing material regarding migrating to Windows 10 in the past three years, you know that the software giant heard past complaints and frustrations about past transitioning pains loud and clear.
It’s time to get rid of the Windows Servicing headache. Remember the elation and expectations when Windows 95 was released over two decades ago? And the excitement and frustrations with subsequent releases like Windows 98, ME, and 8.1?
It’s time to end the confusion and help you simplify your IT projects through Windows 10 Deployment Rings. Much to the relief of many IT project managers and their project resources, Microsoft recently announced that it would align its Windows 10 Servicing upgrade cycle with release cycles of Office 365 and SCCM.
I can hardly believe that it has been almost two years since Windows 10 was officially released! Most enterprises have finished evaluating the new operating system and kicked off their migration efforts by now. But unlike previous Windows deployments where organizations had three to four years before the next upgrade cycle was due, Windows 10 (a.k.a.…
Time for an upgrade management system that works for you. Efficiently managing Windows-as-a-Service upgrades is difficult. It’s for a good reason.