A recent survey by Adaptiva indicates that organizations are generally receptive to migrating their environments to Windows 10.
Adaptiva polled 446 respondents in May for its “2017 Windows 10 Enterprise Impact Study,” and found that nearly all participants planned to move to Windows 10, although the migrations mostly haven’t been completed yet. Almost half (46 percent) of respondents indicated that they have migrated just “10 percent or less” of devices to Windows 10.
The Windows 10 deployment plans appear to be spilling into 2018. According to the survey, 41 percent of participants said they’d get 51 percent of more devices migrated to Windows 10 within the next year.
IT pros were heavily represented in the survey. Almost half (46.86 percent) of the respondents were IT system administrators or other technical IT support personnel. The survey also included IT managers, CIOs and other IT personnel. Adaptiva used its customer base for the survey, so it tended to reflect the practices of larger enterprises. About 60 percent of those surveyed managed more than 1,000 systems and workstations.
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