We recently teamed up with the good people over at Thurrott.com to host a webcast covering everything you need to know about managing the new Windows 10 update schedule. We wanted to get down to the details about what Microsoft’s new Windows as a Service model really means and how it impacts the way you manage end user devices.
Microsoft has stated that Windows 10 is the final major Windows OS version and will be moving to a more frequent update and upgrade release cycle. This sounds good in theory but the reality of what is happening on the endpoint can get a little messy. Ultimately, you’ll need to determine the management method for your company that helps you maintain your necessary level of IT control and security while enabling your end users maximum productivity through the latest features and capabilities. It’s a balancing act and from what we’ve seen, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
Check out the 4-page summary technical brief.
Or, watch the full webcast.