Windows 10 Migration Anyone

In a recent article from Redmond Magazine, https://redmondmag.com/articles/2016/01/01/2016-marching-orders.aspx, the author laid out the theory that Windows 10 migrations would be a large part of IT work in 2016. But with support for Windows 7 running until January of 2020, I am not seeing a large number of Windows 10 migrations yet.

Gartner is predicting that 50% of enterprises will be migrating in 2017, which seems reasonable. By that time, several issues will be resolved and adoption can proceed.

The key to migrating to a new operating system remains your company’s needs. Here are several reasons to upgrade, but if your organization won’t benefit today, then waiting might make more sense.
• Simpler secure sign-on via Azure Active Directory
• Improved mobile device management (MDM)
• Greater control over updates
• Increased security

The Atteberry Group can help you assess your readiness and help you plan a migration strategy that focuses on your needs. Call us today at 213.393.5060 for a free consultation.

Todd Atteberry

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With over 20 years of IT experience ranging from internal IT for mid-sized firms, to 10 years of consulting for large accounting and consulting firms, I have worked in hundreds of environments. What I realized is that I enjoy supporting small and mid-sized firms who can’t afford full time IT support at the level they really need. At The Atteberry Group, we will put our experience to work for you at a price that your organization can afford. There are many ways to do IT, but we have seen that the best way makes your business more efficient and does not increase your costs. Give us a call at 213.393.5060 and let us help make IT an asset and not a liability for your company.

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