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End User Devices and Services | Windows 10

Reduce Windows 10 Planning Time by 30% with EMMA

By: Eden Technologies
May 12th, 2016

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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End User Devices and Services | Windows 10

So You've Migrated to Windows 10. Now What?

By: Eden Technologies
April 28th, 2016

With the recent launch of Windows 10 comes a new era for keeping corporate desktop systems up-to-date. Instead of dealing with numerous complex and costly migration projects, the new process includes faster, more frequent updates that don't require an entire system refresh.

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Planning for Windows 10 Starts Now

Planning for Windows 10 Starts Now

Develop a transition strategy for a successful Windows 10 upgrade, and make this migration your best.

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End User Devices and Services | Windows 10

Windows 10: What the New OS Holds in Store

By: Eden Technologies
March 17th, 2016

With Windows 10, Microsoft is providing a bridge to the past while, at the same time, offering a path to the future with the introduction of the singular OS designed to support a multitude of devices. This represents a course correction for the company as Windows 8 was largely shunned by corporate IT organizations. The problem was that Windows 8 was so different from Windows 7 that it required significant employee training and support. Also, many IT organizations were experiencing “upgrade fatigue” after their deployment in Windows 7. As a consequence, adoption of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 at the enterprise level has been relatively weak. Estimates of Windows 8 market share in the enterprise market hover in the single digits, while Windows 8.1 is in the mid-teens.

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