Windows 10 now runs on more than 400 million monthly active devices, leadership announced this week at Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta. Today a new flipbook, Windows of Opportunity, based on 575 customer and partner responses in a VMware survey, reveals what’s driving adoption and the challenges to Windows 10 migrations.
We’re giving this flipbook away on SlideShare! Click through this free flipbook below to discover five key trends in Windows 10 migration and adoption, such as:
- Where does IT rank Windows 10 among end-user computing priorities?
- When will most IT organizations migrate to Windows 10?
- How long do Windows 10 migrations take compared to previous versions?
- Who thinks Windows 10 exceeds expectations: customers or partners?
- What does IT think about Windows 10?
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Just over a year ago, Microsoft released the most secure, mobile-friendly Windows operating system to date, and suddenly, Windows 10 changed everything. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 users see reduced install time and security issues, and analysts estimate IT admins can save close to $150,000 per year using Windows 10.
That’s because Windows 10 enables you to take a more agile, cloud-based, enterprise mobility management-style approach to Windows management. According to this global survey, however, most customers stick with traditional Windows management techniques, missing opportunities to drop operational costs.
Do you want to use the same tools as before and see the same results? Or do you want to make your move to Windows 10 faster and smarter?