Windows 10 – Windows as a Service

Windows as a Service is the delivery of new operating system features using new and existing technologies. Microsoft are defining Windows users into several categories; consumer devices, business users and special systems. A rapidly changing workplace environment means that users are working from more locations and are using more devices to do their work. As ...

Windows 10 Deployment Improvements

Microsoft are improving the Windows 10 deployment process by providing several migration options to make it easier, faster and more cost effective to move to the new platform. Microsoft are focusing on the following deployment methodologies: Traditional ‘Wipe-and-Load’ In-place upgrade Provisioning Windows 10 Deployment Improvements The end of wipe and reload! Microsoft are moving away ...

Windows 10 – Security Enhancements

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On the 1st of June, Microsoft officially announced that Windows 10 will be publically available on 29th July 2015. ![](/content/images/2015/06/1-500×318.png) * Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10130 * Microsoft have touted Windows 10 as the ‘security and enterprise release’, so let’s take a look at some of the security enhancements that will be introduced in ...

Azure Active Directory support in Windows 10

Microsoft are introducing Azure Active Directory (AAD) support in Windows 10 to “bring the cloud to enterprise desktops”. AAD support provides a number of benefits, including: – Self-provisioning and MDM auto enrolment of corporate devices – Single sign-on to company resources such as Office 365 and SharePoint – Support for modern devices that cannot be ...

Application Packaging

Welcome to part one of a three part series on application packaging in the enterprise. This post will cover what application packaging is, why we package applications and an overview of how we package applications. Parts two and three will cover the different methods of packaging in-depth, application virtualisation, as well as covering some handy ...

The latest build features of Windows 10

When Microsoft announced Windows 10 in late September last year, they presented several core changes and interface improvements that would feature in the new operating system. These improvements included: The return of a Start Menu, which is adaptive to the device type A unified Windows Store that provides universal applications across all Windows 10 devices ...

Is Windows 8.1 the modern enterprise operating system?

![Windows 8.1](http://www.thomasduryea.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/5-575×323.jpg) When Windows 8 was released in August last year, Microsoft’s latest operating system had a strong focus on the consumer market. Their advertising campaign focused heavily on the consumers (remember those hipsters ‘clicking’ their touch keyboards Microsoft Surface advertisements?) in an attempt to make inroads on the already dominant iOS and Android tablet ...