Thursday, May 23, 2019
11:00 a.m. ET/ 8:00 a.m. PTWith Windows 7 extended support ending in less than 10 months, time is running out for organizations that still have not completed their migration to Windows 10, who are now looking for the quickest and safest route to complete their migration in time.
Those organizations that have already completed their migration are faced with the challenge of updating them with the semi-annual Feature Updates. With an increasingly remote workforce, a desire to reduce infrastructure and improve user experience, IT teams are looking to Microsoft Modern Management – a collection of cloud-based management technologies including Azure AD, InTune, AutoPilot, Windows Store for Business and Windows Update for Business - to address these challenges.
Whether migrating existing devices to Windows 10, provisioning new computers, replacing devices through normal hardware lifecycle or rebuilding devices to resolve issues (break-fix), the most important thing for the user is that they are able to get up and running with their data and applications with minimal disruption to their working day. Once the user has their new Windows 10 device, they don’t want to be inconvenienced with forced Feature Updates that render their device unusable just when they needed to do something important.
In this webcast, we explore what is possible today with pure modern management, how including Configuration Manager to deliver a co-managed environment changes the picture and how the 1E Windows Servicing Suite provides comprehensive, self-service automation that gives users a consistent experience whether in the office or remote.