Windows is ready for business – delivering the power and familiarity you want.
It's the Windows you know, only better
Windows 10 is so familiar and easy to use, you'll feel like an expert. The Start Menu is back in an expanded form, plus it starts up and resumes fast. There is more built-in security to help keep data safe, and Windows 10 is designed to work with software and hardware you already have.
Zones is here to help you more quickly take advantage of all Windows 10 innovations. As an authorized Microsoft Licensing Solutions Partner (LSP) and a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), Zones is well-equipped to provide comprehensive solutions that drive customer success through the innovative use of Windows 10 and other Microsoft technologies.
How to Upgrade to Windows 10
Windows 10 upgrade licenses are available under Open License, SelectPlus/MPSA, and Enterprise Agreement volume licensing.
New for Windows 10 is Mobile Enterprise in volume licensing. It's included under Software Assurance per User. Standalone upgrade licenses can be purchased in Open License and Select Plus/MPSA.
Windows 10 Pro upgrade licenses through Open License and Select Plus/MPSA require a qualified underlying operating system license. Whether or not an organization has an active Software Assurance subscription determines the upgrade path. So now is the best time to ask your Zones account executive about adding the cost-saving upgrade benefits of Software Assurance.
Organizations with an active Software Assurance subscription have the benefit of upgrading to Windows 10 Enterprise with exclusive offerings. Windows Software Assurance (SA) and Windows Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) are now available per user or per device, which adds flexibility for both organizations and end users. For instance, the new Windows VDA per User option has no limit on devices and it includes new Mobile Enterprise.
There are a variety of Windows 10 volume licensing and standalone upgrade options. The free Windows 10 upgrade via download to individual devices is not recommended for organization-wide deployments. And where Microsoft volume licensing provides for them, free upgrade offers expire in July 2016. So where do you start?
Need to evaluate your existing Windows environment before upgrading to Windows 10?