You’ve all heard it – Windows 10is the next generation of OS that adapts to the devices that you own and helps your work with a consistent, familiar and compatible experience that increases your productivity.
Windows 10 was planned to be the best platform ever for organizations and their employees. There are many reasons why should businesses in particular concentrate their efforts on Windows 10. It’s not just plain familiarity. It has apps that are integral to running a business; the management is simpler; it’s low cost. But let us go through categories themselves.
The Converged Windows OS
In addition, Windows 10 provides you with an universal app platform, the universal security model, and with a singular deployment/management approach. Such unified experience scales across devices – from the small, thin and light – up to the largest and most powerful laptops, desktops and all-in-one PCs. Windows 10 also scales to industry and ruggedized devices, purpose-built industry solutions, small foot print devices (Internet of Things) and all the way up to 85” touch-screen conference room displays.
The About You Design
There’s practically zilch learning curve needed for Windows 10. For majority of mouse and keyboard users, the Windows 10 user experience begins at the familiar desktop. The Start menu has been expanded, having one-click access to the functions and files that people use most. Windows 10 improves existing productivity features such as Snap. We also crossed the chasm that existed between the touch-optimized tablet experience and the mouse and keyboard experience by allowing modern apps to run in a window on the desktop – resulting in modern apps seamlessly co-existing in the desktop space alongside desktop apps.
Protection Against Modern Threats
Windows 10 also introduces advancements in security and identity protection features that are easy to manage and don’t compromise the user experience. For example. one such advancement is the work we have done to create user identities for accessing devices, apps and sites that improve resistance to breach, theft or phishing. This approach is important because it takes the concept of multi-factor solutions such as smartcards or token-based system and builds it right into the operating system, in turn also eliminating the need for extra security hardware peripherals.
Business-Based App Store
Windows 10 also included a single app store that’s truly open for business. The unified app store allows for volume app purchases based on existing organizational identity, flexible distribution and the ability for organizations to reclaim or re-use licenses. Organizations will also be able to create a customized store, curating store experiences that can include their choice of Store apps alongside company-owned apps into a separate employee store experience.
If you are as excited about Windows 10 as we are, starting October 1st, the Windows Insider Program will be launched, making available a technical preview of Windows 10 for its participants. There you can be among the first to experience new builds as soon as they’re available and have an opportunity to influence product development decisions through the new Windows Feedback app directly within the product.
Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you personally think about using Windows 10 for business purposes? Would you consider giving your employees an upgrade and letting them use the newer version of the OS, because of the new features and improvements that it has? Please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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