Skilling snack: Plan, prepare, and deploy Windows 11

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If you still haven’t made the move from Windows 10, the good news is that a well-executed upgrade can be seamless and user-friendly, all while carrying forward your investment in Windows 10. Check out the following resources to help you plan, prepare, and deploy Windows 11.

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Plan to deploy updates for Windows clients and Microsoft 365 apps

Making a good plan starts with understanding what you’re planning for. In this learning module, you’ll learn all about the Windows servicing process, and how you can use it to optimize your update experience.

(46 mins)

Windows 10 + Microsoft 365 apps + Office + Compatibility



Prepare to deploy updates for Windows client and Microsoft 365 apps

Now that you have your plan, you’re ready to make your preparations. This learning module will take you through using workstreams to get your organization ready for deployment.

(42 mins)

Windows 10 + Microsoft 365 apps + Office + Readiness



Deploy updates for Windows client and Microsoft 365 apps

Do you know what to expect from your deployment phase? This learning module will equip you with everything you need to implement updates throughout your organization.

(46 mins)

Windows 10 + Microsoft 365 apps + Office + Deployment



Tackling Tech

Tune into this IT podcast, where you’ll hear interviews and discussions on the latest in Windows 11 innovations. Be on the lookout for talks on planning, preparing, and deploying Windows 11.

(time varies)

Windows 11 + Intune + Windows 365 + WUfB

As you work on preparing your IT department, review how you can also prepare people at your organization with the skilling snack on end-user readiness.

Once you deploy Windows 11 after careful planning and preparation, a new journey begins. Look forward to upcoming skilling snacks on how to manage your Windows 11 devices. Leave us a comment below with any suggestions for future skilling snacks.

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