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webinar: Windows 10 summit — How to Get Your Executive Management Fired Up About Evergreen IT After Your Windows 10 Migration

On-Demand Webinar: Windows 10 Summit — How to Get Your Executive Management Fired Up About Evergreen IT After Your Windows 10 Migration

Watch this on-demand joint webinar with Ivanti and Juriba, part of the Windows 10 Summit recorded in May 2019, and join Juriba's CTO, Barry Angell, as he explains how you can understand your IT estate, achieve maximum project velocity and ultimately build your Evergreen IT strategy. 

Support for Windows 7 ends on 14 January, 2020. If your organization has not upgraded to Windows 10 yet, you only have a few months left to do so before exposing your users and devices to security vulnerabilities. Or you might have already started your transformation project but have encountered some of the many roadblocks along the way. 

But with the right tooling, an agile project management methodology, and repeatable as well as scalable processes, you not only can accelerate your Windows 10 migration but already set yourself up for success for subsequent Windows-as-a-Service Feature Update cycles and achieve Evergreen IT.  


Barry Angell. CTO & Co-Founder, Juriba

Barry - management (1)Barry is a co-founder of Juriba, where he is focused on using his experience in IT migration to help drive product strategy, pre-sales and service delivery. He is an experienced End-User Services executive that has helped manage thousands of users, computers, applications and mailboxes to their next IT platform. He has saved millions of dollars for internal departments and customers alike through product, project, process and service delivery efficiency.

Born in the UK, Barry previously served as a Vice President within Global Technology Infrastructure at JPMorganChase, a $91 billion Fortune 100 financial services company, where he managed an extended team of 220 people and a budget of $25 million. Prior to JPMorganChase, he served in various product management, project management, consultant and service delivery roles at Rebus, Arthur Andersen and Woolwich Bank.