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Windows 10

By: ReadyWorks
May 12th, 2017

Microsoft’s introduction of Windows 10 in July 2015 set the clock ticking for IT organizations around the world to start mapping out their enterprise migration plans. Whether it’s from Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or an earlier version of the operating system, the process will require a significant investment of time and resources. With thousands of interdependent variables to manage, the process is complex and often difficult to manage. To ensure the process runs smoothly and efficiently requires close management and sophisticated tools.

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Windows 10

By: ReadyWorks
January 31st, 2017

Managing a Windows 10 migration can be a complicated affair. To help those just getting started, we asked our IT project management teams to provide a list of tips they would recommend to those embarking on a Windows 10 upgrade. While we didn’t include all of their recommendations, we did narrow their responses down to a top ten list of the most commonly recurring advice. Below are the five of the experts’ top tips with the remaining being posted in part one of this blog (check those out here).

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Windows 10

By: ReadyWorks
January 17th, 2017

Managing a Windows 10 migration can be a complicated affair. To help those just getting started, we asked our IT project management teams to provide a list of tips they would recommend to those embarking on a Windows 10 upgrade. While we didn’t include all of their recommendations, we did narrow their responses down to a top ten list of the most commonly recurring advice. Below are the experts’ first five tips with the remaining being posted in part two of this blog (check those out here).

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Windows 10

By: ReadyWorks
September 28th, 2016

If you’ve run one of these projects before, then you already know this is true. If you haven’t, let's quickly break down the problem: