So Windows 10 has arrived and many people around the world have already upgraded. The real question is what are the business benefits of Windows 10? Windows 10 didn’t just design it for personal use but also it was about your business and experience as well. If you’re using a handset, tablet, PC or a laptop, the work styles in today’s world need to be personal, efficient and mobile. If you need applications, apps and content to be accessible across many devices, Windows 10 is where it is at.
Windows 10 has integrated and designed an OS that is adaptable when using multiple devices with its consistent, compatible experience. It has a little old Windows versions mashed into a new easier to use design.
Here are a few key benefits of the new Windows 10 OS from a business perspective
One Windows Platform
Windows 10 has delivered one universal app platform, one security model, and one deployment and management approach to create that universal experience across multiple devices. The new Windows 10 OS compliments individual devices, purpose-built industry solutions, small foot print devices and right up to 85” touch-screen conference room displays.
Designed for your life and work in mind
The Windows 10 user experience starts at being familiar with the desktop and also the enhanced productivity features like Cortana and File Explorer and multiple desktops. The gap has been bridged between the touch-optimized tablet experience and the mouse and keyboard, which allows modern apps to run in a window on the desktop.
Protects against security threats
The new OS has a number of advancements in security and identity protection that are easy to manage and don’t compromise the user experience. These would be things like linking all your Windows accounts and including Bitlocker in the Pro editions for Encryption. User identity features have been enhanced and whilst moving from device to device extra layers of security assures that your data is secure whilst moving around. Users do not need to change behaviors and use any specific extra apps to feel protected against security threats.
Managed for continued innovation
Windows 10 looks to reduce the need for the time-consuming and costly wipe-and-reload approach to OS deployment. The OS strives to have great compatibility with all existing apps and has new tools for compatibility testing. Through new dynamic provisioning capabilities, businesses will be able to configure off-the-shelf devices, without re-imaging.
Having Management for every scenario
Windows offer a lot of device management capabilities that businesses need by leveraging the power of Active Directory and System Center to enable full control over your Windows devices. Windows 10 will extend built-in mobile device management capabilities to embrace new mobile-first, cloud-first scenarios and bring those capabilities to traditional laptops and desktops.
Windows 10 is the next gen of OS and will only continue to grow in the market place. It is designed to help you work from anywhere, on any device, with one unified user experience.