Many of us still remember the initial migration to Windows 10 as somewhat painful (although nowhere as disastrous as the move to Windows 7). As usual, it was sold as an easy-peasy migration, but many enterprises struggled not only with the bigger than anticipated application readiness problems but also with the mandate to manage subsequent updates using a new IT management methodology, Windows Servicing. For many, this begs the question: "How will this migration differ from moving to Windows 10?"
Today, I want to try to answer that question, but the short answer is this: it won't be very much different from 7 to 10. That said, there are still some significant differences that you must consider when planning your migration process.