Ignite Australia 2017 Post Even Session Recommendations For OEM and System Builder Partners – Windows 10 Part 2

Last week I posted about the first wave of recordings from Ignite Australia 2017, including Windows 10 related sessions. Now that more of the recordings have been published, it's time for part 2 of the Windows 10 sessions. The sessions below cover a variety of scenarios for customers of different sizes, so hopefully there are a few sessions that help you plan your deployments.

Accelerate Windows 10 Deployments in the Enterprise with Upgrade Analytics

Upgrade Analytics helps customers accelerate Windows 10 deployments. and staying up to date with the Windows as a Service cadence by providing telemetry driven compat insights. Learn about the capabilities delivered by Upgrade Analytics and how customers are using it.

Windows 10 in Education: Innovations for Teachers and Schools

When it comes to Windows 10's possibilities for education, seeing is believing. This demo runs through the features and functionality that teachers and IT can leverage. We start with improvements that make getting devices up and running easier; and follow with deployment approaches for cloud-first customers (Set up School PCs app) and on-premise customers (Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer). Once provisioned, we cover the Take a Test secure assessment app, introduce the Windows Store for Business Education functionality, review Windows Update improvements, and wrap with user features great for use in the classroom. From here, join deeper dive provisioning and deployment sessions.

Co-creation in the Windows Insider Program

Measuring our community's success is the most important metric a business or organisation can track. Join Blair Glennon in an interactive discussion of how the Windows Insider Program is co-creating Windows and ensuring community success along the way. Blair Glennon is a Product Marketing Manager for the Windows Insider program. If you like this session, also check out Inside the Windows Insider Program.

Using Edge in the Enterprise

Microsoft Edge is one of the most secure and web standards compatible browsers on the market. See how the new management features in Windows 10 can help IT Professional to provide support for legacy web sites while still allowing users to access web sites with the latest web standards.

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