Organizations worldwide are still coming to grips with the migration from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Although many are already capitalizing on the transition as a chance to strengthen their overall IT and better protect endpoints for individual users, others are stalling.

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that 184 million commercial PCs are still running Windows 7 across the world — and that's excluding the People's Republic of China. But as the deadline for Windows 7 extended support draws to a close in 2020, it's important for IT professionals to prepare and become better informed on the implications of the migration for their business today.

With this in mind, BeyondTrust has identified some of the key things that organizations should consider when transitioning to Windows 10.

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