Tranxition™ Migration Manager seamlessly integrates with both the K1000 and K2000 KACE appliances, bringing you a richer, more agile and robust persona management experience. Migration Manager is unsurpassed as a stand-alone end user migration tool for your refresh cycle or new hardware deployment. Read the latest news about what Quest and KACE have to offer for 2017. Download 10 free seats of TMM and learn more about how TMM and KACE bring you a better experience together.
End 2016 ready to confidently face one of IT’s biggest, most dreaded events: User Migration.
You are looking for a cost-effective migration tool that transfers hundreds of files and settings with ease, leaves your end-users elated and your IT Department sporting red capes. Tranxition Migration Manager is the solution that end-users and enterprise alike choose to relieve the anxiety. Chances are excellent that 2017 will be your year to migrate to Windows 10; go forward knowing you have the premier migration solution safely tucked into your toolkit, Ready for Refresh, or whatever else your way comes. Read more and get take advantage of this offer here! But only until Friday, December 16th!
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About Keith Lubner
Keith Lubner acts as an advisor and mentor to several of today’s leading channel organizations on strategies, tactics, and programs to accelerate growth. He is a world-wide recognized expert on channel enablement, channel sales & marketing issues, and channel leadership. His training programs and workshops have been delivered across the globe to several start-up and multi-national organizations. Keith has founded three companies and is considered a worldrenown expert in channels and sales. He is currently Managing Partner of Channel Consulting Corp and Co-founder with Jeb Blount (author of Fanatical Prospecting) of the recently launched Channel EQ, an organization focused on providing transformational training and enablement tools, workshops, and programs. Mr. Lubner has over 25 years of experience across multiple technology and industry domains. He has published 100’s of articles on business transformation, channel enablement, business leadership, and sales & marketing excellence and is a frequent speaker at industry tradeshows and partner conferences.
After learning lessons getting off Windows XP, enterprises should sail to 10
Is the memory of your last OS upgrade holding you back from deploying Windows 10? Gregg Keizer, in a CIO post from May 4, 2016, suggests the idea that the enormity of the process last time could be offputting for deployment today. Rest assured, he and Gartner analyst Steve Kleynhans tell us, that you’ve already done the heavy lifting. Read the rest of the post and our entire Newsletter from May 9, 2016: Make Migrations To Windows 10 Easy!
“To Windows 10, or Not to Windows 10? Is it nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of botched migrations?” We think not.
Of all the questions that keep IT decision makers up until the wee hours of the night, this is the one that gets the most hits: is NOW the right time to move to Windows 10 enterprise adoption?
CIO Contributor Afzal Ballim addresses the Pros and Cons of architecting a Windows 10 migration at this stage of the OS rollout in his January 22, 2016 article; hard to fathom is that Windows 10 adoption is setting records for the fastest OS rollout in history at over 270 million active devices to-date, plus more in the Weekly Tranxition Newsletter 4-4-16.
Leading migration tool enables IT professionals to quickly deliver flawless migrations every time and includes support for integration with appliances and desktop management platforms.
“Tranxition is always striving to exceed client expectations,” says Kelly Mackin, Founder and CEO for Tranxition. “We are constantly collaborating with our client base to identify and fulfill new missions. With our emphasis on customer collaboration, we continue to innovate. As a result, Tranxition realized the need for a persona management solution that fully supports the way that clients manage their endpoint systems. Our support for ITSM, Appliances and DSM reflects that sense of innovation.”
Tranxition ensures that all of its customers’ personal data and settings are moved from one location to the next with every migration. As a result, the pain typically associated with data migration disappears. The results users enjoy are both emotional and tangible, ranging from empowerment, reassurance, satisfaction and success to decreased costs and increased revenues. And this translates into far more productive organizations because they are able to focus more clearly on their business missions on both an individual and collective basis. Read the full press release here.
“Since it’s release, Windows 10 has triggered waves of adulation, scorn and uncertainty.”
Does InfoWorld‘s senior contributing editor, Woody Leonhard, have a crystal ball – you may be asking? “Is it a worthy successor to Windows 7? Should I get it right now, or wait? Will you be forced to update at Microsoft’s pace? Why is the commercial version free? What happens when there’s a bad patch? Are there any worthwhile new Windows 10 programs? The answers to those questions are not necessarily straight forward…” Download the rest of this Deep Dive along with our weekly newsletter chock-full of currated Migration and Windows 10 related content: Everything You Need to Know About Windows 10.
The three Windows 7/8.1 updates have returned and brought the warmed-over KB 3138612 and 3138615 Windows Update patches with them.
“Yesterday, Microsoft re-released three patches… all of which offer “compatibility” updates for those of you hell-bent on upgrading from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10 via Windows Update…” Read all of Woody Leonard’s blog for InfoWorld and more curated content in Tranxition’s Migration News and Updates.
“Microsoft has bumped up Windows 10 from being an “optional update” in Windows Update to being a “recommended update”, which could lead to some unexpected migrations…The status change will likely mean that some Windows7/Windows8.1 users will experience this notice in the notice of a surprise, namely an unexpected upgrade to Windows 10. Traditionally, Windows Update served as just a patch mechanism, rather than an operating system upgrade solution…”
Read the rest of Kurt Mackie’s post in Redmond Channel Partner Magazine and more articles in our Newsletter The View On Windows 10 from February 28, 2016.