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7 Questions to Answer Before Starting Device Migrations With Baylor University

ON-DEMAND webinar

With the deprecation of Windows 7 approaching, the pressure to move users to Windows 10 will continue to increase over the next two years. Many organizations, like Baylor University, are fast-tracking the migration to take advantage of the notable improvements in Windows 10.

Gain insight into Baylor University’s road to migration as they answer seven key questions to ensure ultimate readiness for a full migration to Windows 10.

During this webinar you will learn how Baylor University:

  • Strategically scheduled migration phases
  • Handled user settings and profiles during migration
  • Deployed an in-place or wipe-and-reload migration

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Baylor University Webinar Speaker - Mike Gonzales.Mike Gonzales, assistant director of system support, Baylor University
Mike Gonzales earned his Masters of Information Systems at Baylor University, where he has also held multiple roles over the past 17 years. Currently, Mike holds the title of assistant director of systems support at Baylor University. In his spare time, Mike loves to ride horses.

 

Baylor University Webinar Speaker - Brad Hodges.Brad Hodges, senior analyst programmer, Baylor University
Brad Hodges is a senior analyst programmer at Baylor University. Brad has worked at Baylor for 14 years in software support and system administrator roles. In his personal time, Brad enjoys camping and amateur astronomy with his wife and two children.

 

Code42 Webinar Speaker - Steven Flores.Steven Flores, systems engineer, Code42
Steven Flores is a systems engineer at Code42 focused on supporting our university and K-12 education customers. Steven has worked in information technology for 15 years with experience in all areas of IT. Previously, Steven worked as an IT Manager at Texas A&M University Health Science Center. Outside of work, Steven likes to spend time with his wife and four children.