Opinion

Continuous Update Models: Good for Developers, Bad for IT Departments

Desktop migrations used to be a big thing: maybe kind of a heroic effort, with sacrifices in time, money and broken systems during deployment. Due to the high costs, they were avoided as much as possible. Following a minimal cadence of once every 3-4 years led to desperate needs to refresh hardware and software. Given …

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Microsoft’s Desktop Analytics is Here and it’s Free—Do you Get What you Pay For?

Analysing your desktop applications prior to migrating to a new system or doing a major update is vital. One of the major reasons why ‘software update’ often elicits an entire series of groans from users is that something always breaks. Running a proper analysis might not completely prevent something from breaking, but it reduces the …

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