Posts Tagged ‘windows 10’

Ways Windows Device Manager Can Help You

Although one might think of a computer as being a single piece of hardware, this isn’t quite accurate. A standalone laptop, for example, comes packed with a screen, touchpad, keyboard, camera, and more- each of which might be considered a device in and of itself. This is to say nothing of the many potential peripherals…

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Move over, CMT and EMM; UEM is here to stay

Considering the deftness with which IT admins manage the sea of devices and technologies enterprises use to conduct business, it’s fair to say they are no less than heroes. Business endpoints are lifelines for organizations today. Needless to say, they cannot afford to have them malfunctioning. Traditionally, organizations used client management tools to gain visibility…

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Windows 10: A Game Changer for Enterprise Mobility

When Windows 10 released in 2015, many viewed it as just another (optional) upgrade. With time, the latest version of the popular OS has effectively forced organizations to take a relook at their enterprise’s mobility. What makes Windows 10 a powerful force of change is its Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) approach towards deploying and configuring…

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Why Transition from Windows 7 to Windows 10?

With Microsoft emphasizing users to upgrade to Windows 10, the obvious question many companies are asking is – Why should they do it?. Ever since Microsoft announced its decision to end support for Windows 7 by 2020, many large-scale enterprises are leading the way to upgrade their systems to Windows 10. Like Apple and Google,…

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Windows 10: Why enterprises should be excited about it

Microsoft has been focused on retaining its lead in enterprise gained over the years, after the disappointing launch of Windows 8. Windows 10 has been that bet and it is getting much better reviews already. It is also more than just an OS update and targets to provide a consistent user experience across different devices. Some of…

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SureLock enables corporate owned business only (COBO) devices on Windows 10 platform

Windows 10 launched with much fanfare and with free upgrades for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users. The platform boasts of features focused for businesses and enterprises. Apart from the obvious return of the much-criticized missing Start Menu in Windows 8 and elimination of Charms Bar, Windows 10 brings in Cortana, Microsoft’s digital assistant, Continuum feature that seamlessly adapts Windows 10 interface…

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