Whether for operating systems or applications, there are a lot of different opinions on upgrades. Some people hesitate to upgrade, on the theory that “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” while others obsessively want to make sure they have the “latest and greatest” at all times. (I’m in the latter category, by the way.)
One thing we can all agree on – upgrades have value. They introduce new features, fix bugs, eliminate security vulnerabilities, and improve overall performance. But upgrades can take time. They often require planning. They’re easy to defer and even easier to forget about. We’re here to help.
Rip Wilson is a principal product marketing manager at NetApp with over 20 years of experience developing compelling messaging and content that communicates our unique business value. Rip holds a degree in business management from Georgia Tech. He is based in Colorado and enjoys golf, tennis, and poker.