5 Things Every University CIO Should Consider for Windows 10
It’s already 6 months since Windows 10 was released – long enough that IT departments have started to unpick Microsoft’s latest OS – and long enough for technical staff to start offering advice on how to approach deployment and migration.
But what are the strategic areas that you should address in planning the move to Windows 10? Here are 5 areas that you’ll want to consider...
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2. Challenge migration dependencies
- Application virtualization eliminates the need to repackage for different Windows versions; with one app store you can deliver 100% of apps to any Windows client, on dmenad.
- Most universities are embracing cloud providers for both Office apps and storage, but synchronization isn't suitable for shared devices. iamCloud's Drive Mapper allows you to connect to cloud storage directly, without the need for sync clients.
Strategic-thinking IT departments see OS deployment for what it is – the platform – and instead focus their efforts on the migration and evolution of services.