Deploying Windows 10 within your Business Video Series

Windows 10 is about just about 2 years old  ( 1507 Threadstone 1 was released on July 29, 2015) , and  even though it was short of the 1 billion devices originally targeted by this time, the ~500 million or so is a tremendous achievement.   It has been the fastest Microsoft OS adoption in history.

Next year, 2018,  will be a pivotal year for businesses adoption with, according to a recently released Gartner report,  over 85% percent of enterprises will have started Windows 10 deployments by the end of 2017.

I’ve been very lucky to have exposure to the lessons learned  out of the many project sunder our belt.  My work takes me around the US to talk to customers and audiences of all sizes about not only digital transformation, but also specifically about Windows 10 implementations , what to expect and how to help minimize the impact the new Operating System will have on their organizations.

I just created a couple of short videos (with a couple more to come) to help not only educate about the Windows 10  topic , but also spread the word as to what to expect.

The series, a YouTube playlist – which will be updated with more videos as then come out –  can be found at:

Deploying Windows 10 within your Business (June 2017)

Hope you enjoy!

Windows 10 Reality  & DELL/EMC Services Capabilites

Windows as a Services – Explanation and Impact to Business

Originally Published on:  jorgep.com

About Jorge Pereira Accomplished Information Technology services professional with over 25 years of experience performing technical pre-sales, solution selling, public speaking / presentations, consulting, project delivery  and program management.   Over the past few years, Jorge has focused on customers solutions in the areas of:  Artificial Intelligence, Generative AI, Workforce transformation, End-User-Computing (EUC) Lifecycle Management, Modern Device Management, and  Cybersecurity.    He writes on the jorgep.com blog   and you can find him on Twitter @jorper98 More info about Jorge here
Disclaimer:  I work for Dell Technology Services as a Workforce Transformation Solutions Principal.    It is my passion to help guide organizations through the current technology transition specifically as it relates to Workforce Transformation.  Visit Dell Technologies site for more information.  Opinions are my own and not the views of my employer.

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