As the Windows 10 Anniversary Update release approaches on August 2, we wanted to gather 5 of our most helpful Windows 10 resources and blogs from the first 12 months since the OS was released. From pre-upgrade migrations, servicing updates, to security features, we’ve got you covered in this round-up.
6 Things to Fix Before You Consider Upgrading to Windows 10
MVP Kenny Buntix of Coretech, blogged about migration pain-points to tackle prior to beginning your Windows 10 updates. Group Policies, the new Microsoft servicing model, and System Center Configuration Manager fixes, are all covered. This listicle gives a great run down on how to prevent migration problems before they start.
Dave Fuller’s blog on the Windows servicing model gives a rundown of essential terminology and available options for managing the deployment of Service Update and Feature Upgrades. Want to learn more about the Windows 10 Servicing model, replacements, rebuilds, and upgrades?
Read more or watch this on-demand Webinar: When is your Windows 10 Migration Done? Never!
Windows 10 Roadmap: Infographic
With Windows 10, Microsoft has given the world the Operating System it deserves, in terms of security, user experience, and much more. But choosing the right route to Windows 10 is critical.
Check out this infographic and see the Windows 10 Roadmap for businesses.
Enterprise Data Protection
Enterprise Data Protection (now known as Windows Information Protection in Anniversary Edition) allows enterprise data on both corporate and employee-owned devices to be encrypted, and applications to be granted specific access to enterprise data. There’s no need for switching environments or multiple sign-ins, and you can even remotely wipe enterprise data off of the devices if required, without touching the user’s personal data.
Keep reading to learn more about the new EDP features in Windows 10.
4 Ways to Avoid a Windows 10 Migration Migraine for Businesses
Is your hardware going to fail? Are you more prepared to migrate applications than when you moved for Windows XP to 7? How much of the migration process can you automate?
Read more to ensure an easy migration.