Starting on January 10th, 2023, Microsoft 365 will no longer provide any new updates or security patches for Windows 7 and 8.1. This means that these operating systems are exposed to greater vulnerabilities and will be less secure than ever. If you’re still using either of these versions of Windows, now is the time to get moving and upgrade from Microsoft Windows 7 to Windows 10 (or 11) as soon as possible!
One of the biggest problems IT teams generally face when upgrading from an older version of Microsoft Windows is that it can cause large-scale end-user disruptions, which is a big reason many enterprises don’t upgrade in the first place. These disruptions can significantly hamper operations overloading IT teams even more, and with the shortage of expert talent, this can be a daunting task but fear no more; we have a solution for you.
Completely Automate Microsoft Upgrades from Windows 7 to Windows 10 (or Windows 11)
Aiden offers enterprises the ability to automate Microsoft upgrades from Windows 7 to Windows 10 (or 11) with significantly fewer disruptions. Aiden will even automate the entire deployment process from bare metal to keeping computers regularly updated. Aiden’s AI-bot (AidenBot) views your environment through the lens of your company policy document, which is kept in plain English and maintained by our team of expert automation engineers (AidenLabs). With a simple update of your corporate policy document (i.e., Windows 11 is for all lab computers), the next time your team deploys AidenBot, Aiden will update all lab computers to the specified software version and can even remove any software dictated by your corporate policy.
I know what you’re thinking…AidenBot must be an agent…well, it’s not!
AidenBot uses your deployment tools’ agent to run on your machines, reports back on the success of your deployments and deletes itself when it’s done. This is the same process for both bare-metal and continuous updates.
What once took IT teams weeks, if not months of manual work, upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10 (or Windows 11) can now happen overnight with Aiden’s automation capabilities.
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