Published By: LANDesk
Published Date: Jun 07, 2010
Windows 7 adoption is one of IT's top priorities for 2010.
A solid adoption strategy requires 12 to 18 months for thorough planning and testing before actual Windows 7 deployment can begin. But nearly two-thirds of companies don't yet have a Windows 7 adoption plan in place.
In this White Paper LANDesk have identified seven pitfalls that IT organizations must avoid as they embark on Windows 7 adoption.
MaaS360 delivers robust UEM capabilities across all major
computing platforms, including iOS, macOS, Android and
Windows devices. And where competing solutions offer incomplete
support for legacy Microsoft platforms, MaaS360 supports
Windows XP SP3, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft
Windows 7, Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 10 and Microsoft
Windows 10 Mobile. These capabilities include:
Identity and access management (IAM) that allows a shift from a device-based context to a more comprehensive, userbased context
Application management, including an intuitive, universal application catalog for iOS, macOS, Android and Windows, advanced bundling and promotion features, bulk application purchase and distribution capabilities, and fine-grained data controls
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"Your workers demand an
extraordinary level of flexibility and convenience in how they use their
Meaning it’s up to you to support a vast assortment of endpoints, including laptops and desktops (both PCs and Macs), tablets and hybrid devices, smartphones, and even the Internet of Things (IoT).
And not only do your users expect support for a wide variety of form factors, but they also require cross-platform support for all major platforms, including iOS and macOS, Android, and Windows.
To complicate the situation further, they run different versions of those platforms—for example, they may run Windows XP SP3, Windows 10, or anything in between.
Read onward and learn how the industry’s first cognitive UEM platform, MaaS360 with Watson, delivers a single, strategic management and security solution to drive your organization’s digital business transformation—no matter what endpoints your enterprise is putting to work."
Today's enterprises support an assortment of end-user devices, including laptops and desktops (both PCs and Macs), tablets and hybrid devices, and, of course, smartphones. Not only do employees use a variety of form factors, but they run a variety of platforms on those devices, including:
Apple iOS and Apple macOS
To complicate the situation further, they run different versions of those platforms for example, Microsoft Windows XP SP3, Microsoft Windows 10 or anything in between. In addition, IT is being tasked more and more with managing and securing wearables, ruggedized devices and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Read this whitepaper to learn more.