Windows 10: The OS for All Platforms
The new Windows 10 operating system features universal applications that can run on any device and automatic updates to keep it healthy and safe. This should give peace of mind to home users. For enterprise deployments, however, the picture is a little less rosy. There’s a greater possibility of encountering a few thorns.
Windows 10 compatibility issues with applications are bound to occur, and having no control over OS updates could mean some programs could unexpectedly stop working. To keep up with Windows 10 updates and prevent compatibility problems, organizations need to mature their Application Readiness. It starts with a process to continually identify installed applications in your environment. This provides visibility into how many different versions and editions of applications you have and the information you need to make decisions about which apps to retire, consolidate, or move to the new OS. Using application rationalization to right…
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