Many NHS Trusts and healthcare organisations have been preparing for months, if not years, to ensure a smooth transition to Windows 10. But a large percentage of medical devices are still running legacy Windows operating systems. The transition to Windows 10 is critical to ensure patients and clinicians are not left without access to electronic medical records and Internet of Medical Things tools are not exposed.
If, like many Trusts, your complex legacy IT landscape is holding you back, we can help you overcome hurdles, make faster progress, and meet upcoming NHS deadlines. CANCOM have a wealth of experience with the vast array of NHS applications and delivering Windows 10 into numerous NHS Trusts.
CANCOM are currently completing a Windows 10 rollout for a major NHS Trust, unearthing thousands of applications in their estate, made up of duplicates, unused apps, historic products, and of course the vast array of apps they use regularly.
Following a full review of this estate to fully understand all applications and make an informed decision on each them, we have managed to halve the number of apps the Trust actually needs. And also determine those that can be submitted for Windows 10 packaging for a mass and speedy rollout.
Any Trust that signed up to the Windows 10 Agreement is now committed to migrating their whole Windows estate along with rolling out the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection by the January 2022 deadline.
Where are you on your journey to Windows 10?
You may have recently received a Networking and Information Systems (NIS) Notice?
We understand that trusts are being penalised for not meeting their agreed quota of Windows 10 utilisation. Is this something that is affecting your Trust?
CANCOM can help!
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