During the just completed OEM Windows Server 2012 R2 Roadshow I mentioned several ways of keeping up with different products and technologies, and that I would create a few posts that cover these in more detail. This is the sixth post in that series, and it is focused on the sessions that were delivered at the Ignite event (the successor to TechEd and several other events) in Chicago. Windows 10 browser enhancements is today's focus area for coverage.
Microsoft Edge (formerly “Project Spartan”) Overview
Windows 10 will feature Microsoft Edge, the first browser with “DO” in mind. It’s personal, productive, and responsive—but most important, it takes you beyond browsing to doing. Learn more about Microsoft Edge in this overview session, and attend the Windows 10 Browser Management session for a deeper dive on managing Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge.
Windows 10 Browser Management
Windows 10 includes Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge, a new browser built for doing. This session covers how to manage these browsers in an enterprise environment.
Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11 Deep Dive
Enterprise Mode helps customers upgrade to Internet Explorer 11, which can ease Windows 10 migrations. This session is a deep-dive on deploying and managing Enterprise Mode, Enterprise Site Discovery, and other tools. By upgrading to the latest version of Internet Explorer, customers can stay up to date with Windows, services like Microsoft Office 365, and Windows devices.
Enterprise Web Browsing
Support for older versions of Internet Explorer expires on January 12, 2016, so upgrade to Internet Explorer 11 today to continue receiving security updates and technical support. Windows 10 also includes Internet Explorer 11, so upgrading can help ease your Windows migration. Learn about the browser roadmap, upgrade resources, Windows 10 browser options, and Microsoft’s new approaches to web app compatibility and interoperability with the modern web.