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Paul Deur April 26, 2022

Service Providers: How to Capitalize on Server Migration Opportunities

As Microsoft Server 2012 and 2012 R2 move closer to end of life (EOL), organizations are scrambling to create a path forward. Many are turning to IT service providers for help.

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February 10 2022

How to Ready Users for Windows 11

The new  interface for Windows 11 is bound to trigger a flood of support requests. Here’s ...
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January 22 2022

How to Ensure a Smooth Windows 11 Migration for Your Enterprise

Whether you’re upgrading your enterprise to Windows 11 or updating to the latest version ...
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September 21 2021

How to Integrate Windows Servicing With IT Asset Management

If you manage your enterprise Windows updates, the news that Microsoft is moving away ...
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August 26 2021

Windows Application Testing: Are You Piloting More Than 15%?

Annual Windows updates are here to stay. As Microsoft introduces Windows 11 this year ...
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August 26 2021

What happens if I’m not in compliance with Windows updates?

Microsoft ended support for Windows 7 in January 2020, but even a year later, it was ...
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August 26 2021

How to Categorize Applications Before Rolling Out Windows Updates

With the announcement of Windows 11, Microsoft has turned its back on ...
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August 25 2021

Windows 11: Microsoft makes it easier to connect by integrating Teams

When Microsoft announced that Windows 11 would be released later this year it focused on ...
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June 30 2021

What to expect with Windows 11

Microsoft has announced the launch of the next generation of Windows. Following much ...
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June 9 2021

Microsoft hints at Windows 11. Are you Ready?

At last month’s ‘Build 2021’, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed the ‘next generation ...
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February 28 2021

What you need to know about Modern IT Management

They say managing enterprise Windows updates is going to get easier! Press a button and ...
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