Are you well prepared for Microsoft’s huge updates twice a year?

According to Computerworld (n Danish), September and March will be the “big update months” for Microsoft users who use Windows 10 and Office applications. This, of course, makes it easier for system administrators that “only” need to have to focus on the very big updates twice a year. But that doesn’t make it easier, if you aren’t in total control.

Updates are not always the easiest – so why not get some assistance?

[Windows10] Make it right the first time

Windows 10 projects can bring sweat to the upper lip.

Microsoft has prioritized hard and new hardware models are ready for Windows 10 – and are no longer Windows 7 compliant.