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What about the Devices?

Why You May Want to Upgrade Your Systems to Windows 10

by Jonathan Clark | Monday, July 27, 2015

Interesting fact about Windows 10: it’s not going to work as well with a device that’s not Microsoft-created. So for all of us who have a fondness for products outside of the Microsoft realm, this is something to consider. On a broader scale—for business and enterprise—it may be a big deal.

Most of us are used to having the freedom to utilize our own devices—BYOD is virtually standard in many companies today, and employees may well expect it to be the norm. But working from home or the coffee shop down the street may soon mean bringing a company-owned device with you as Windows 10 enters the picture.

Windows 10 has been purposefully created to work best with Microsoft products. Some of its features are only available through a Microsoft product—and those new Windows 10 features are supposed to be pretty fantastic, so it may be worth investing some IT budget money into new equipment.

Tech industry veterans like Matt Schulz theorize that with the implementation of Windows 10, the Surface will soon replace a lot of laptops (and certainly PCs) in most enterprises. And if we are to rely on those devices to go home with us and work effectively, he may have a good point—they’ll be lighter, simpler to travel with, less prone to injury due to ease of transport, and will be able to utilize all that Windows 10 has to offer up.

Should I Upgrade to Windows 10?

Here are four reasons the answer is “Yes.”

by Patrick Renzi | 07.23.15

There are some significant advantages if you choose to upgrade to Windows 10 sooner rather than later. Chances are good that if you’re utilizing Windows now, you’re going to need to upgrade to the new version eventually, but waiting is not in your best interest for a number of reasons.

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Create an Integrated Platform

by Kurt Hildebrand | 07.22.15

Modern data centers contain the tools and assets that can power an enterprise in the digital age—but only if these tools (applications) and assets (data) can be accessed. However, when apps can’t be deployed or if data are siloed, an enterprise’s technology can become a competitive disadvantage. 

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