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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #1: Update for Business

    Top 10 Win10 Features #1: Update for Business

    If everything succeeds for Windows 10, this will be the last Top 10 new Windows feature you will ever read. If it fails, this will certainly be the case as well. As of now, Windows is a continuously updated operating system.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #2: Business Store

    Top 10 Win10 Features #2: Business Store

    “Store” is the worst name for a store. CMSWire is read by marketers, a great many of whom would heartily agree with me on this point.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #3: Azure AD Join

    Top 10 Win10 Features #3: Azure AD Join

    The idea that a business computing system built by Microsoft should enable organizations to store their employees’ personally identifiable information (PII) in the cloud isn’t something likely to inspire enthusiasm.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #4: One Place for Settings

    Top 10 Win10 Features #4: One Place for Settings

    Amid the more technically-oriented features — package management, Virtual Secure Mode, DeviceGuard — that I’ve chosen for what purports to be the final Windows Top 10 Features list of my career, you might not think that a feature as simple as putting all the client-side settings in a single panel

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #5: The Unified Desktop

    Top 10 Win10 Features #5: The Unified Desktop

    Let’s be clear at the outset as to what Microsoft gained and subsequently lost. Windows had won the war for the consumer desktop, and the war for the business desktop. To bother measuring desktop market share for Windows was about as pointless as to bother sampling Mount Rushmore for limestone.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #6: Enterprise Data Protection

    Top 10 Win10 Features #6: Enterprise Data Protection

    It isn’t obvious to everyone, sometimes, until someone points it out and then it’s a revelation: If Windows truly does become all one platform next week as planned, then there is no more “mobile data management.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #7: Hello Biometric Login

    Top 10 Win10 Features #7: Hello Biometric Login

    When the Windows 10 advertising campaign begins in earnest in a few days, the new operating system will not only have a new face — or, more accurately, a returning part of an old face — but it will also have an eye. “Users are gonna love it.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #8: Virtual Secure Mode

    Top 10 Win10 Features #8: Virtual Secure Mode

    With just a few weeks remaining until general availability (“GA,” as we veteran beta-newsers would call it) of Microsoft Windows 10, many businesses are just now learning about the new features it brings to the table.

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  • Top 10 Win10 Features #9: Packaged App Deployment

    Top 10 Win10 Features #9: Packaged App Deployment

    We continue our countdown of the 10 make-or-break features that will determine the success or failure of Microsoft Windows 10 in the enterprise, with a look at how administrators will be able to install applications throughout organizations in a manner that’s more like Linux distributions.

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  • Top 10 Windows 10 Features #10: Device Guard

    Top 10 Windows 10 Features #10: Device Guard

    This year, perhaps this time actually for the last time (for real), I present my selections for the 10 features that will make or break the success of the next version of Microsoft Windows, specifically for the enterprise.

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