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In January, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 had hit the 200-million-device mark, which is in line with Gartner’s prediction that the OS will become the most widely installed ever. While Windows 10 delivers many improvements and new features aimed at increasing productivity, small business owners and managers should approach a migration to the new OS with the same amount of care—or even more—than they do for any other technology transition.

Read the full article, “7 Things Small Businesses Need to Know About Windows 10,” and find out what Vitalyst CEO Nick Wilkinson and other industry experts have to say.

 

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