When starting a Windows migration understanding exactly what applications are required for your migration is a challenge. Often projects simply start by packaging all the applications identified with high users counts upfront. Creating a huge amount of work before any users are able to be migrated.
This often takes the shape of a spreadsheet that becomes pivotal to the coordination of the application migration effort. We’d recommend utilising a tool like Migration Studio, which provides a single pane of glass for the whole project.
Enabling the project to be broken down into a series of manageable sprints means you can start sooner and finish sooner.
If done right, you are also embedding a toolset or process for managing migrations and you BAU applications for the future.
In less than two years, Microsoft will end extended support for Windows 7. With an estimated 69%* of corporations still to migrate to Windows 10, now’s the time to start thinking and planning a successful transition.
If your organisation struggles with inaccurate, incomplete or frankly missing employee data you should take a look at Hyperfish today.
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