We already know that the support of the still widely used Windows 7 will end on 14th January 2020. We've covered what to do when migrating to Windows 10 on a personal PC or laptop in our previous article, but what if your company has hundreds of PCs?
While the end of support for Windows 7 doesn't mean it will stop functioning, it is recommended to switch to Windows 10 for big businesses and government institutions – primarily for security reasons, but also for the improved overall system management and app compatibility that Windows 10 offers.
For large organizations it is always recommended to go for Volume licensing solutions – they are specifically designed to handle the needs of complex IT infrastructures.
Main advantages of Volume licensing:
Do you have many devices with Windows 7 Professional, for example? You can easily upgrade them to Windows 10 Pro, or Windows 10 Enterprise with Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB Upgrade or Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC Upgrade volume licenses, that you can find below.**
Are you interested in a personalised offer for a bulk purchase of Windows 10 licenses? Contact our representatives for quantity discounts and additional information: Quantity Discounts form
Looking for Windows 10 solutions for your home or small company? Check out this article to learn more: How to upgrade your PC to Windows 10
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB Upgrade
- Digital certificate
- Transferable (online activation)
- For 1 device only
- No expiration date
- Compatible with almost any PC or laptop
- Average retail price:254,00 €
- Price with VAT (21%):79,99 €
- Price without VAT:66,11 €
* The Windows 10 Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC), formerly Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB), is used when the main requirement is that functionality and features don’t change over time (no frequent updates). Examples of cases in which LTSC is needed are medical systems, industrial process controllers, air traffic control devices, etc.
** Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB Upgrade and Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC Upgrade are Windows 10 Enterprise licenses with downgrade rights. This means that if you own Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Enterprise and you'll buy one of the mentioned products, you will be able to choose if you want to install and activate Windows 10 Pro, or Windows 10 Enterprise. For additional information on downgrade rights of all Microsoft products, take a look at the following document by Microsoft: Downgrade rights for Microsoft Licensing (English)