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Windows 11

Accelerate Windows 11


Upgrading to Microsoft Windows 11 comes with its challenges, namely around devices and applications simply not being capable of running on this latest version. What this means is that before migration, you need to understand what applications are compatible and will work, which ones you need to modernise, and then how this impacts the end users in terms of deployment.

Our Windows 11 Readiness service takes care of the applications, devices and users and ensures a planned and successful deployment. We do this by combining into one service device readiness and automated application smoke testing, with mapping readiness to user groups, providing you with a single view of remediation activities needed to move ahead.

33% of Devices

are not capable of running on windows 11


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Windows 11 Readiness Audit

A fall out of the rapid emergence of multiple modern technologies is that it’s common for IT teams to have a limited, decentralised understanding of their physical device and application estate. This prevents accurate foresight into the impact of adopting Windows 11.

Camwood’s Windows 11 Readiness Audit addresses this and provides detailed insight on user, device and application readiness.

  • hardware requirement checks across the entire physical device estate
  • identify devices to keep, upgrade or refresh
  • captures and ensures business critical applications are not impacted by the adoption of Windows 11
  • identify user, device, departmental and geographical readiness
  • recommend pilot group candidates based on readiness score and application usage

Gain a clear picture of which applications are compatible with Window’s 11 hardware requirements and assess device, user and applications readiness for migration.


is key to move ahead


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Compatibility Testing & Remediation

Once you have a clear understanding of how ready your devices, applications and users are for migration, compatibility testing can take place to test, remediate and modernise any areas that are delaying deployment.
  • Automated testing of key applications for compatibility with Windows 11
  • Smoke test and refresh or remediation activity report
  • Identify which user groups are ready for deployment and which are blocked

Let the experts make sure

you’re always up to date


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Evergreen Managed Service

Keeping Windows 11 up to date isn’t as simple as it sounds. With our Evergreen Managed Service, we remove complexity and keep your IT and app estate up to date. Our Evergreen Managed Service includes the following functions:
  • Microsoft Managed Patching
  • 3rd Party Patching
  • Zero Day Patching
  • Hardware & Driver Updates
  • Application Testing
  • Application Vulnerability Management
  • Application Packaging
  • Compliance Reporting

The service will include Evergreen managed patching across the estate covering end user devices (Laptops & Desktops), all held within the Client’s environment. The service will utilise the standard vendor patch release cycle processes, which will be fully tested by Camwood prior to release to the Client endpoints and will follow vendor best practices for release management (i.e. Pilot, Targeted & Broad).

Detailed compliance reporting will also be provided as part of the service on a regular interval to provide high levels of detail upon what releases have been made available to the Client endpoints and the impact of this.


  • Migration plan built around the needs of your business

  • Expertise help in planning, testing and deployment
  • Customised output clearly showing route to readiness
  • Create seamless migration to Windows 11 and MSIX
  • Employee experience maintained throughout

Customer Success

Camwood recently undertook a Windows 11 Readiness Assessment for a large Financial Services business;
  • 27% of business critical applications were not Windows 11 compliant
  • Remediation steps have been recommended
  • Approximately 1,000 Branch devices (25% of total estate) were not Windows 11 compliant
  • Unexpected hardware non-compliance as relatively new devices