With the first anniversary of the new OS now well and truly behind us, this is the year that Microsoft is truly focused on pushing for Windows 10 business deployments in small and large organizations.
To push this forward, and drive the Windows 10 adoption further, the software titan has introduced new tools that are designed to help enterprises upgrade their systems to what clearly is the latest and most secure version of Window.
Microsoft IT, a division at the company, has been entrusted with the task of using materials in the program to support the deployment.
The strategy follows three stages:
“Plan (Readiness and Communication) – This stage involves deliberately avoiding the use of technical jargons while communicating with customers to convey a friendly, inviting, and aspirational tone to convince customers for deployment. Next, assure the customers of proactive internal help desk support during the deployment process.
Deploy (Technical Reference and Documentation) – This stage involves performing quickly, a system-wide migration across complex environment made possible via streamlined application rollouts, and enhanced cloud capabilities.
Support (Post-deployment productivity) – Mainly showcases post-deployment productivity. Microsoft features an internal readiness program capable of offering comprehensive guidance on how to best use corporate technologies and services. Moreover, it enables a user to learn about the latest technology tools on their own terms.”
Redmond has also come up with a range of productivity guides focused on the new operating system, including overviews of many of the new features introduced in the platform.
Like Cortana, Edge, and OneDrive for Business.
The company has also made various resources available for download, timelines and schedules, digital and video promotions, emails, Intranet content to aid with implementation strategies — including best practices, benefits and lessons learned.
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