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Windows 10 migration: leave no app behind

From working on numerous Windows migrations it is common for there to be a small % of machines left at the end of the project. Typically these are the result of a niche application that cannot be migrated.

The end result is that machines running an end of life OS are left in the estate, creating a security risk and a support overhead.

In some cases these machines are still there when the next Windows migration comes along.

By putting in place an Obsolescence Platform it enables a consistent and secure location for all end-of-life applications to be provided out to users Windows 10.

This means that the 100% rollout of Windows 10 is achievable, and can be planned for at the start of your migration.

See photos from our recent Windows 10 Migration Made Easy event at New Street Wine

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