Are Windows 10 Updates Optional? What You Need to Know.
With Windows 10, Microsoft Has Changed the PC Operating System Model – What You Need to Know
Is your organization still not fully migrated to Windows 10? You’re not alone. Chances are you have questions (and plenty of them) around Windows 10. As Microsoft’s Windows 10 Deployment Partner of the Year in 2016 and Windows and Devices Deployment Partner of the Year in 2017, we’re proven experts and here to help.
We have found that Windows as a Service (WaaS) is one of the areas where IT departments have the most questions including:
- Is it optional?
- How disruptive is it and will my employees have downtime?
- Will my applications still work?
First, it’s helpful to understand how Microsoft rebooted Windows adoption. For decades Microsoft used a waterfall and major product release approach to Windows. Every three or four years Microsoft would release a new version of Windows, and IT departments around the world would spin up massive migration projects.
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