On December 16th 2019, Microsoft's Senior Program Manager for the Windows Insider Program, Brandon LeBlanc, announced in a blog post that the new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19536 (an early version of the 20H1) was available. However, other parts of his article made seasoned Microsoft experts wonder whether or not the software giant decouples its feature releases from its official Windows 10 upgrade releases.
Dec 30, 2019 7:58:00 AM / by Barry Angell
Dec 24, 2019 12:54:55 PM / by Barry Angell
In the past, we have shown you how to effectively plan for an enterprise Windows 10 transformation, Office 365 migration, and Windows-as-a-Service upgrade management. Because so many of you found these detailed step-by-step guides extremely helpful, I want to walk you through the planning basics you should consider when moving towards Evergreen IT and away from traditional IT management.
Dec 9, 2019 8:15:00 AM / by Barry Angell
Many times, after I give a demo, prospects get excited about the many different scenarios they can manage with Dashworks. All of a sudden, ideas come to life. "We could piggyback a hardware refresh onto our Windows 10 migration," or "We could roll out new, AppV-suitable applications while transitioning to VDI."
Then the excitement usually gets dampened by the same questions: "Does that require a different license? How will that change the overall investment?" Many of you are totally surprised to find out that you can manage all the different use case scenarios with one Dashworks license.
Today, I want to walk you through the different licensing options, show you which is best for each scenario, and most importantly, make you aware that you indeed can manage all the different scenarios with just one Dashworks license.