New series: Adventures in Windows deployment

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Prescriptive guidance on how to plan, prepare, deploy, and manage Windows 11 devices is critical to your organization’s success. And sometimes it’s just as important to explore the what. One of the best ways we learn is from hands-on experience. While we can’t share the finer details of how individual organizations upgrade and manage an ecosystem with Windows 11, we can certainly note key learnings along the way.

For that, we’re introducing a new LinkedIn series called Adventures in Windows deployment: How to survive and thrive in the real world. In this series, we’ll share common myths, realities, challenges, and opportunities that members of Microsoft field, FastTrack and customer experience teams have encountered in working with organizations of all sizes to make the move to Windows 11. As part of your investment in Windows 11, it’s your chance to learn more about:

  • Pitfalls you can avoid
  • Opportunities you can take
  • How you can quickly recognize ROI

Our first installment comes from Fast Track Cloud Endpoint Specialist, Julie Andreacola who shares her first-hand experiences with customers in Challenge or opportunity? Authentication, end-user education, and reporting when upgrading to Windows 11.

We’ll keep this spot regularly updated as new posts roll online from colleagues worldwide. Look out for diverse perspectives ranging from large enterprises down to smaller businesses. We’ll explore experiences across verticals and segments to help inform educated decisions you can make when moving forward.

As always, if there are topics you’re looking to learn more about, please share in the comments below. We’ll see if we can find some hands-on examples to assist you.

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