Database Migration

15 Keys for Ensuring a Successful Windows 10 Migration with End User Experience Monitoring

Provided by Riverbed

Category Database Migration

Type White Paper

Length 20

Publish Date April 20 2017

Date posted April 25 2017

Overview

Planning a Windows 10 migration? There are unique opportunities to optimize IT service support during your migration. This guide shows how to use SteelCentral Aternity End User Experience Monitoring in a continuous improvement best practice process to ensure success. In it, you’ll learn how to:
• Discover every local, cloud, or mobile app actually in use in your enterprise, to fight “Shadow IT” and migrate only the apps that matter
• Ensure end user experience on Windows 10 devices is as good or better as that on earlier OS versions, so you can migrate with confidence
• Proactively monitor applications as they render on the screens of any physical, virtual, or mobile device used in your enterprise, to assure the seamless user experience promised by Windows 10
• Cost justify your Windows 10 upgrade by analyzing the impact of slow application performance in terms of lost productivity

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