Microsoft’s Windows 10 release, set for the end of July, is nearly here. The closer launch day gets, the more pressure enterprise executives feel to take a position: migrate right out of the gate, or wait. A recent survey conducted at Microsoft Ignite found over two-thirds (71 percent) of IT leaders chose the latter, as their organizations plan to wait at least six months after Windows 10 is released to begin deploying it. Of those, 43 percent expect to wait more than a year. On the flip side, plenty of shops will be early adopters. Nearly one-quarter (24 percent) of respondents said their company plans Windows 10 migrations within the first six months after release.
For those still on the fence, there are a few key considerations to weigh on both sides before making a final determination.
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