Microsoft wants businesses to autonomously decide if they are ready for Windows 10

With numerous surveys indicating that Windows 10 is seeing great adoption rates from businesses, Microsoft is looking to convince other organizations to embrace its latest operating system as well. The company has launched a new "Ready for Windows" website in order to facilitate businesses in deciding if they want the update or not.

The site lists apps from various companies - including Citrix, DeskCenter Solutions AG, iCare, and more - who have built applications and solutions expressly designed for Windows 10. The solutions deal with the following categories:

  • Communications
  • Education
  • Financial Services
  • Health
  • Manufacturing
  • Media
  • Public Sector
  • Retail and Consumer Goods
  • Other - unsegmented

In a statement to ZDNet, a Microsoft spokesperson also said that:

The goal of the site is to provide visibility and awareness of all the solutions that work on Windows 10 today, regardless of app implementation method, to help IT pros and BDMs (business decision makers) to understand what solutions run on Windows 10, and have been endorsed by publishers.

With Windows 10 running on over 300 million devices - which includes PCs, tablets, phones, Xbox Ones, IoT, and HoloLens - as of May, and Microsoft making regular efforts to make it easier for businesses to upgrade to Windows 10, it'll be quite interesting to see if the company manages to further boost the adoption rate of its latest OS.

Source: Microsoft via ZDNet

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