Microsoft has ended support for Windows 7 and older versions on Jan 14, 2020, pushing all users to move to Windows 10. While there are many benefits to implementing Windows 10, including standardization, reduced costs and security, this switch can seem overwhelming to IT teams who are less familiar with pharmaceutical labs and validated lab equipment.
And, a Windows 10 upgrade of your instrument PCs can often take many years for larger organizations, requiring a dedicated team to manage and implement the upgrade on a global basis.
To help answer some of the most common questions we hear from our Life Science customers, we turned to Lawrence Tibbetts, OneSource IS Product Manager and Tony Jahn, Professional Services Manager. During this event, you will hear about the six steps you need to follow to ensure a successful upgrade.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- Windows 10 Lab IT Migrations
- What are the Risks
- Proven process and procedures for the migrations
- Eliminates 3rd Part Apps