If you’re into all things IT like we are, then I’m sure you’re aware that Microsoft is set to end support for Windows 7 in 2020. To stay ahead of the game – and to take advantage of new business and security features – now is the time to start looking into migration to Windows 10. To help get a better idea of how IT decision makers view their migration projects, Connection recently partnered with research firm IDG to ask them about their goals and challenges related to Windows 10.
Here are a few highlights:
- Nearly 70% of ITDMs surveyed are planning to migrate their systems to Windows 10 in the next year
- Half of organizations believe they need support in migrating to Windows 10
- Two key support areas are deployment and security
Is your organization planning a migration to Windows 10? Get the full story on how your peers are managing the challenges. Download our infographic today.
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