Windows 10 Conquers the United States Department of Defense
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) said today that the migration to Windows 10 is nearly complete, as the majority of systems are currently running the operating system and only a couple of offices yet to upgrade.
Microsoft and the US DoD announced in February 2016 a major upgrade process involving no less than 4 million devices used by agencies, with the original target for completion set for early 2017.
The deadline, however, was missed, due to upgrade challenges, like compatibility issues that needed to be addressed before switching some systems to Windows 10. Hardware upgrades were also required, so the US DoD then estimated that the transition to the new operating system would be completed by March 31, 2018.
DOD CIO Essye Miller says the process was extremely challenging, an… (read more)
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