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By: Eden Technologies on April 28th, 2016

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

End User Devices and Services | Windows 10

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.

Although beneficial, Windows as a Service (WaaS) requires IT organizations to adapt their skill sets and procedures to effectively consume the service. This includes categorizing corporate user groups into deployment rings and developing new, more dynamic plans for testing apps and deploying OS updates. Outsourcing the testing of business-critical applications could provide the internal IT team with more flexibility to manage the new Windows 10 release cadence.

In our e-book, read about:

  • The four Windows 10 Release Branches.
  • Application testing expectations.
  • Creating a Windows 10 as a Service to-do list.

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