Windows 10 has been out for some time now and according to the latest stats we announced at the beginning of the year, Windows 10 is installed on over 200 million devices! Even enterprises are adopting as well with over 20 million installations! Suffice to say Windows 10 is enjoying very fast adoption across many audiences.
Since the release however there have been many changes including the November 2015 update. So with that my colleagues in APAC are running a 4 part webinar series all about deployment, management, security and what the new OS means to enterprises. The first event starts March 17th 2015 and continues for a each week after that.
During each of these webinars and for 30 minutes after each event we will have experts, including me, online to answer your questions. So make sure you get in and register and we’ll see you all online during the webinars.
#1. Windows 10 for businesses of any size
Thursday, March 17, 2016
First, we will give you an overview of Windows 10 and how it enhances worker performance. This introductory webinar will show how familiar UI features take productivity to new levels, and how we have created a converged experience for multiple screen sizes.
#2. Preparing your environment and deploying Windows 10
Thursday, March 24, 2016
In this session we will introduce the concept of Windows-as-a-Service and help IT teams prepare for a Windows 10 upgrade. He will show you how to manage deployment and updates.
#3. Windows 10 for device management.
Thursday, March 31, 2016
In this session we will demonstrate how Windows 10 helps businesses of any size deliver the full mobility experience for employees and simplifies device management. Our expert will demonstrate how to use different Active Directory setups to seamlessly manage identities.
#4. Windows 10 security.
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Windows 10 includes new tools to protect information workers against modern threats. In this session we will show you how to lower the risks of data being stolen or misused and how to prevent unauthorised downloads.