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May 2017, Vol. 1, No. 3

The benefits of Windows 10 are hard to deny

The mantra of many IT departments is "If it ain't broke (and it's still supported), don't fix it." But when it comes to Windows, this approach means they are not recognizing the many benefits of the latest operating system. Windows 10 will have a positive effect on businesses when it finally becomes the corporate standard. Even though user acceptance has generally been positive for personal use, many business devices are still based on Windows 7. Some of the key benefits of Windows 10 include more management and control options, an enhanced user experience and improved stability. Management and support Desktop administrators can manage Windows 10 endpoints with a variety of technologies, including Active Directory, Microsoft Intune and third-party mobile device and application management software. These options give IT the power to control endpoints in some fashion, whether the business or the individual owns them. Most businesses control endpoints based on Active Directory, and numerous new Group Policy Objects are available ...

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