Windows 10 Readiness: New Getting Started with Windows 10 for IT Professionals Microsoft Virtual Academy Series


Woody Walton

Since the release date of July 29th was announced  the amount of questions and inquiries I get has increased markedly on Windows 10.   Other than specific inquiries about capabilities the most common requests I get surround training.  A solid foundation of knowledge on the Windows 10 operating system is essential not only for supporting, but also selling the new OS as an upgrade or on new hardware.

Only yesterday on June 11th, Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) released a new set of eight Windows 10 trainings hosted by Anthony Bartolo (@WirelessLife) and Pierre Roman (@PierreRoman) titled Getting Started with Windows 10 for IT Professionals.   The videos are level 200 and anywhere from 21 to 37 minutes with most just a hair over 30.  Perfect for a working lunch!  The breakdown of topics is as follows:

Getting Started with Windows 10 for IT Professionals

01 | What's New in Windows 10 deployment

02 | What's new in Windows 10 Management and the Windows Store

03 | Runtime Provisioning in Windows 10

04 | Windows 10 Mobile Device Management MDM

05 | Protecting Your Data with Containers Without Boxing Yourself In

06 | A New Era of Threat Resistance for the Windows 10 Platform

07 | Secure Authentication with Windows Hello

08 | Windows as a Service: What does it mean for your business?

Typical of MVA, each section also includes the ability to download the slide presentation in PowerPoint format

There is also a section of recommended resources you will want to explore.

These trainings update the Windows 10 content already on MVA from December 2014 on the Technical Preview (300 level) and the a little more current information from the Build Conference.  …Searching MVA by “product” and then “Windows” will yield those courses.

Enjoy your Windows 10 ramp up!




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