During 2016, Gartner forecasts that corporate Windows 10 migration will ramp up more aggressively next year

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Half of all enterprises will have at least started their rollouts of Windows 10 by January 2017, according to a Gartner report released Monday, suggesting the OS is on track for rapid adoption. While enterprises are known for taking their time with software updates, Kleynhans says they’re moving fast with Windows 10.

Kleynhans also said that there’s a small amount of pent-up demand for new devices like touchscreen laptops and business-class Windows tablets. Windows 10 has reinvigorated businesses that were previously stymied by having to use Windows 8 if they wanted to roll out those devices.

While the decision to require cumulative updates has caused consternation among IT professionals, Kleynhans thinks that enterprises will be able to handle it okay. “Companies by and large initially were very concerned about it, now that they’re looking at it a little closer, they’re starting to develop some thoughts about how to deal with it and some processes are starting to gel on how they’ll handle those kinds of updates.” “And I think by the time organizations are ready to start real deployments in 2016 and early 2017, they’ll have a process and they’ll feel fairly comfortable about how they’re going to handle those updates.”