TEC17 Podcast: Value of CPMigrator in your Journey to Windows 10 and Modern Management
In the latest episode of the TEC17 podcast, we discuss the challenges associated with migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10, the benefits of moving to Windows 10 and how VMWare’s Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) platform can make device management simpler and easier moving forward.
Organizations today are rapidly becoming more decentralized, with employees utilizing various devices — laptops, mobile phones and tablets — to do work that is oftentimes performed in non-traditional corporate office settings.
This trend is making it more difficult for internal IT teams to provide consistent, quality digital workspaces, which in turn is creating a bad user experience that can lead to churn. Additionally, and perhaps even more alarming, distributed workforces make it more difficult to manage and secure networks.
None of this is squeezing value out of your IT investments. In fact, it’s doing the opposite.
Deploying a unified endpoint management system helps mitigate these challenges and deliver meaningful business value moving forward.
Consider VMware’s Workspace ONE, an intelligence-driven digital workspace platform that simply and securely delivers and manages any app on any device. Workspace ONE can more efficiently provide employees the apps they need to be productive — from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
Cut down the time it takes IT to address internal services requests. Save money. Increase user experience. Boost productivity.
Seems like a no-brainer. And we think it is — in fact, we selected Workspace ONE ourselves to help manage software in a consistent and intuitive manner on employees' end-point devices.
But for any organization looking to transform their digital workspace and realize the value Workspace ONE provides, the first step is almost always migrating the operating system to Windows 10. And herein lies the challenge.
That’s the topic of our latest TEC17 podcast, which features guests Ivan Wintersteiger and Sean Sullivan, both of whom work on WWT’s Global Engineering Digital Workspace team.
Throughout the episode, we discuss Windows 10 migration — of mounting concern as we approach the critical January 2020 cutoff for Windows 7 migration — and Workspace One, VMWare’s Unified Endpoint Management platform that enables modern management of apps across any device, at any time, from anywhere in the world.