Microsoft has put up a blog over at the Windows Blog that shows how Windows 10 reduces the costs of IT, security and productivity for companies and organizations.
Timely reveal this, as all signs point to the business world initiating their deployments of this latest version of Windows later this year and early next.
This post, though, goes into the details of a study done by Forrester Consulting that Microsoft commissioned to conduct a Total Economic Impact (TEI) of Windows 10. And the results, as you can see below, are quite good.
A look at the results, first:
The study looked at four enterprise organizations — a government health department, a multinational food and beverage conglomerate, a global IT services firm and a professional auto racing team — all from different industries.
These were early adopters of Windows 10, by the way.
And interviews with these four organizations revealed a range of benefits that came with the deployment of Windows 10, from the OS requiring less IT administration time to install and manage to savings of up to $700,000 a year from the security features in Microsoft’s new OS.
That coupled with improvements like faster boot times and better mobility meant that workers are estimated to have 25% more time to get work done than they did before.
Take a look at all the highlights and statistics here.