Don’t Delay Your OS Migration

Delaying your OS migration deprives your operations of the full support, security, and features set that a modern OS can provide.

What’s Stopping Your Migration?

Even with known security risks, lost device functionality, and significant decreases in operational efficiency, many organizations still have not upgraded their mobile devices to a new operating system. While each company has its reasons for not upgrading, it is because of a few key obstacles in most cases. With the right knowledge and guidance, these obstacles can be easily overcome.
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Why Your OS Migration Matters

Both Windows CE and Windows Mobile OS have reached their end of life. Devices running on these platforms will no longer receive security patches, software updates, and other frequent support. This exposes these devices and organizations that continue to use them to various risks, including:
  • Security risks
  • Loss of functionality
  • Reduced operational efficiency
To avoid these issues, it is essential for organizations to update their devices with modern operating systems.

3 Key OS Migration Obstacles

Every enterprise has its unique reasons for not executing an OS migration. But three common obstacles keep getting in the way of many organizations upgrading their outdated OS.

Downtime

Organizations are concerned about the downtime that comes with overhauling all devices at once, leading to lost productivity and unnecessary amounts of training.

Migrating Apps

One of OS migration’s biggest challenges is migrating existing apps to the new OS. While enterprises can rely on their IT staff to recode apps for the new OS, this can be labor-intensive and time-consuming.

MDM Complexities

Each OS has a unique approach to interacting with an MDM. In some cases, an enterprise may be relying on an older or obsolete MDM platform that will also require an upgrade.

How to Overcome OS Migration Obstacles

In the long run, delaying your OS migration is not worth the risks that come with it, including security breaches, loss of functionality, and reduced operational efficiency. If you’re delaying migrating to a modern OS due to these common challenges, overcoming them is not as challenging as you may think. Join our webinar to learn about common OS migration challenges and the solutions Peak Technologies can implement to help you overcome them.
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Peak-Ryzex is now
Peak Technologies

The last few months have been incredibly exciting for our organization.  In early April, we changed ownership to Sole Source Capital, an experienced private equity company focused on the industrial services market and committed to our growth. With Sole Source’s support, we have added tremendous capabilities, resources, and industry expertise to the Peak portfolio through the acquisition of three companies in the last 60 days. 

Along with these exciting developments comes a renewed sense of commitment and purpose. To celebrate this exciting new chapter, we wanted to use this opportunity to reflect on our past, while looking forward to the future.  We are extremely pleased to announce that we have changed our company name to Peak Technologies, Inc. 

For many of our long-time customers, this is a return to the company name that had been in place since our founding in 1981.  When we merged with Ryzex in 2011, we combined our names to symbolize the union of two industry leaders.  But over the last few years, we have become ONE Peak, added additional capabilities, battled through a pandemic together, and feel that the time is now to re-brand the company as we look forward to the future. 

For additional information on the company name change, click here.