Microsoft's latest and arguably greatest operating system has enjoyed a strong start to life, especially in the business environment where it is already making more headway than its predecessor Windows 8.
Looking at the bigger picture, a recent study by Spiceworks found that 40 per cent of businesses intent to upgrade to Windows 10 within a year and that the current penetration rate for businesses with 1,000 employees or more is 22.7 per cent.
Mark Austin, co-founder and CEO at Avecto said: "With Microsoft setting a target of 1 billion devices to be migrated by 2017, it’s clear that Windows 10 will be a dominant force in the years to come.
"With an increasing number of organisations contemplating a move to Windows 10, we’ve experienced an uplift in the number of customers asking us to support them in their migration. The addition of Windows 10 support to Defendpoint provides a consistent approach to managing privileges and applications across all Windows endpoints, while sandboxing all web based threats."
For a range of tips on how to successfully get Windows 10 up and running in your business, visit our Windows 10 migration page.