Now Available: PCmover Windows Store Edition Sometimes we all wish life came with an “easy” button. Just press and boom – the house is cleaned, you arrive in a far-off exotic location with no jet lag, and all your tech is upgraded! But with apologies to Staples, we’ve yet to make a real-life “easy button.” Life’s just not that simple. The good news is that … Continue reading PCmover Windows Store Edition: As easy as a click of a button
Deploying a new PC for a remote or home office user is always a challenge, particularly in IT environments that aren’t heavily managed. The question becomes, “what is the easiest way to configure the new PC to look and act just like the old PC?” Manually copying information and installing applications nearly always results in follow-up Service Desk; the user doesn’t have all their applications, or can’t find where certain data ended up. With the recent dramatic increase in remote work (likely including some, or all, of your IT staff), scaling this type of manual migration effort is nearly impossible. Enter, the need for a remote user migration solution.
Today, we have a guest post from our very own Tom Coyle, Senior Enterprise Solution Architect, & Tim Worcester, Director of Customer Experience!
PCmover, the only migration solution recommended by Microsoft and Intel, makes this task easy. With a PCmover migration, the new PC will work and feel just like the old PC, including all user data, profile, and application settings – and even the applications themselves. PCmover, by default, running as a completely “vanilla” configuration, will automatically locate and transfer the applications and all user data to a new environment. With some simple planning and minimal configuration, your users can even drive their own migrations. This dramatically reduces the need to engage IT resources.
This guide gives a brief overview of how PCmover can help you perform a flawless remote user migration quickly and easily. PCmover is extremely flexible and can accommodate nearly any real-world use case. Here, we offer three common scenarios as examples. For help with your specific use case, contact Laplink for a one-on-one discussion, demonstration, or a trial license.
Examples of Common Scenarios
1) Migration for minimally-managed remote office PCsContinue reading “How to Facilitate a Remote User Migration”
Laplink and Microsoft partnered to offer PCmover Express for Windows XP to support PC migrations of data and settings from a Windows XP machine to a Windows 10 machine. Continue reading Laplink Solves Hidden Dangers of Moving off Windows XP
In a day and age where it’s very common to have multiple devices–a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop, and maybe even a desktop computer–it’s important to have the files and folders you need synced between all of your devices. Continue reading Sync all your devices
Proven solutions like PCmover® Enterprise are not always known within many IT Organizations. Continue reading Windows 10 Impact on IT Departments: Part III
A survey found that 71% of businesses plan to migrate to Windows 10 in the next 18 months, having significant impact on IT departments. Continue reading Windows 10 Impact on IT Departments: Part I
Windows 10, Microsoft’s newest operating system, released July 29. Here are 5 reasons to upgrade to Windows 10. Continue reading 5 improvements in new Windows 10 OS
PCmover is the solution to the Windows upgrade problems by providing direct migration paths from an old Windows PC to a newer one. Continue reading A Solution to the Windows Upgrade Dilemma
What will you do with your old PC? Sell it? Throw it away? Did you know that when you delete data under Windows, it is not truly “deleted”? Continue reading Recycle or Resell your old PC safely
When Windows 10 releases later this month, it is to great expectations. Unlike Windows 8, it is anticipated that existing PC users will switch much more rapidly to Windows 10. Continue reading Windows 10 and PC migration
With Windows 10, though, I believe it is different scenario, as many business did not jump on the Windows 8/8.1 upgrade cycle and are thus more eager to move to Windows 10. Continue reading Windows 10: Earlier adoption forecasted for Business Users