- Discovering and then rationalising the corporate application portfolio
- Assessing and remediation potential application compatibility issues
- Assessing potential security changes required for the new operating system
- Enforcing corporate naming standards and quality
- No big bang migrations – we expect a more incremental, attrition based upgrades
- We will see more in-place upgrades, rather than clean-slate new OS installs
- Application compatibility is not the huge problem it was for Windows 7, but it is still an important problem for Windows 10
- There is still a large “technical debt” that needs to resolved in application security
- We will see less of a role for the big IT out-sourcing, with more automation replacing people and skills
- Application compatibility
- Desktop and server security (UAC)
- Virtualisation Suitability (AppV and AppX)
- Quality and Standards compliance
- Patch Management (Deployment and Impact Assessment)
- Browser compatibility (Edge and evergreen IE deployments
CEO, Product Evangelist
Greg Lambert is the CEO and product evangelist for Readiness. Greg is a co-founder of ChangeBASE and has considerable experience with application packaging technology and its deployment.
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