Windows as a Service can be daunting, but you need to get to grips with it if you want to manage Windows 10 and 11 properly.
Monthly updates and six-monthly upgrades mean you need a great servicing and deployment strategy that takes the pressure off and keeps things running smoothly.
Since our Solutions Consultant Nicky Curtis gave his webinar on WaaS deployment planning, we’ve had some requests for extra info – so we created our Windows as a Service Deployment Planning Guide!
Edit: We want to make it easier to access our content, so we’ve released this document as a series of blogs! Check out the first one here.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by Windows as a Service, this guide is for you.
This guide covers:
- The different servicing tools, the features of each and which you should choose.
- Update channels and choosing the best approach.
- What to consider when creating your deployment and servicing strategy.
Please be aware this information is provided as a guide and needs to be reviewed and adapted to suit your organisation.
Information may fall briefly out of date as new technologies are implemented by Microsoft and while we will endeavour to keep our information updated, please refer to Microsoft’s documentation where required.
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