IDC underscores the critical relationship between your operating system and hardware
In its executive brief, “Enabling the Full Potential of Windows 10,” International Data Corporation (IDC) explores this challenge, outlining strategies for keeping up in the face of IT service limitations related to delivering mobile, flexible computing in a secure environment.
IDC analysts Andrew Buss and Maciej Gornicki address how, with the introduction of Windows 10, Microsoft® is helping organizations respond to current challenges by balancing management, access and security requirements with evolving user needs.
As Buss and Gornicki write, “With the move to Windows 10, organizations have a chance to rethink and upgrade the client computing hardware base to support the benefits of moving to a new OS environment.”
At CompuCom®, we work with our clients to achieve the same balance and unlock the same opportunity. We have helped companies move to the newest version of Windows for nearly 30 years. In the last five years alone, we have guided the transition of more than one million PCs to Windows 10.
It starts with the unified environment made possible by Windows 10 across PCs, tablets and mobile devices. Windows 10 addresses the changing business landscape by delivering seamless application experiences along with secure access. But CompuCom’s experience has demonstrated that without adequate preparation, the upgrade to the new OS can become more complicated than it needs to be.