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Windows 10

Windows 10

Safer, and more secure

Security is key to a successful digital transformation. We've made innovative investments in security to protect your company from modern security threats. Windows is the most trusted platform for business.

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All Windows 10 business versions come with these features 
  

Windows Trusted Boot

Windows 10 closes off the pathways that allow malware to
hide by starting before the malware does. Windows trusted
boot, used in combination with UEFI Secure Boot, helps make
sure that your PC boots securely and that only trusted
software can run during start-up. 

Windows Information Protection*

Windows 10 Windows Information Protection* (WIP) makes it
easier to safeguard your business data. WIP gates user and app
access to protected data based on policies you define. So you
can help protect data wherever it lives on your devices—without
affecting your user experience. 

 

 

Windows Hello*

Windows Hello* is a convenient enterprise-grade alternative
to passwords that is designed for today’s mobile-first world.
It uses a natural (biometrics) or familiar (PIN) means to
validate a user’s identity using the devices they already have.
It does not require additional external hardware such as a
Smartcard, and/or infrastructure.

Conditional Access*

The Windows Device Health Attestation cloud service used in
concert with management system such as Microsoft Intune* can
provide Conditional Access services that help prevent
untrustworthy devices from gaining access to
corporate resources.

 

 

BitLocker*

BitLocker* and BitLocker to Go encrypt the hard drive on your
computer and USB drives to provide enhanced protection against
data theft or exposure.

More personal

Windows 10 evolves the personal computer into more personal
computing. With tools that learn how you work and adjust to
your personal style, Windows 10 is the most productive platform
for business.




1 Windows Information Protection, formerly Enterprise Data Protection (EDP), requires either Mobile Device Management (MDM) or System Center Configuration Manager to manage settings. Active Directory makes management easier, but is not required.

2 To use Windows Hello with biometrics specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor, or other biometric sensors is required. Hardware based protection of the Windows Hello credential/keys requires TPM 1.2 or greater; if no TPM exists or is configured, credentials/keys protection will be software-based.

3 Conditional Access Device Health Attestation service coming in 2016.

4 Microsoft Intune sold separately.

5 Requires TPM 1.2 or greater for TPM based key protection.

6 Sold separately.

7 Available in select markets. Functionality and apps may vary by market and device.

8 App experiences may vary.

9 Requires touch screen capability.

10 Hardware-dependent; Pen accessory may be sold separately.

11 Limited to Continuum-capable phones. External monitor must support HDMI input. App experience varies. Feature may require Continuum-compatible accessories, all sold separately.

12 Microsoft Edge receives regular, automatic updates from Microsoft.

13 Touch-capable tablet or PC required.

14 Product or subscription sold separately.

15 Cortana available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device. Cortana is disabled in the Education edition.

 


In Place Upgrade

Fast and seamless, Windows 10 delivers an automatic upgrade that preserves all of your existing apps, data, and settings with no IT work required.

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 All Windows 10 business versions come with these features
 

Azure Active Directory Domain Join

Now you can share user identities across Windows 10 and
Office 365* using Azure AD Join. The shared logon works
on PCs, tablets, phones, and new form factors, making
logons and passwords easier to manage.

Windows Store for Business*

Designed for organizations, Windows Store for Business*
gives IT decision makers a flexible way to find, acquire,
manage, and distribute free and paid apps in select
markets to Windows 10 devices in volume. 

 

 

Mobile Device Management

Windows 10 MDM provides an alternative to traditional PC
management processes: you can choose how to manage
devices based on how they are used.

More productive

Windows 10 helps you spend less time on deployment and
device management, and more on driving innovation and
digital transformation for your business.

 

 

Current Branch for Business

With Windows as a service, you get new feature updates
on a regular basis, ensuring Windows 10 continues to
become more productive and secure over time.

Start Menu and Live Tiles

The Start menu is back and better than ever with Live
Tiles and adjustable sizes. Windows 10 is friendly
and familiar, with lots of similarities to Windows 7.
You will feel like an expert from the get-go. 

 

 

Windows Update for Business

Windows Update for Business can help businesses reduce
management costs, provide control over update
deployments, enable more efficient delivery of
updates, and provide access to the latest
innovations from Microsoft.

Tablet Mode

With Tablet Mode*, the interface changes from being
optimized for keyboard/mouse, to being optimized for
touch input.* Now you can use your laptop like a tablet,
or your tablet like a laptop.*



1 Windows Information Protection, formerly Enterprise Data Protection (EDP), requires either Mobile Device Management (MDM) or System Center Configuration Manager to manage settings. Active Directory makes management easier, but is not required.

2 To use Windows Hello with biometrics specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor, or other biometric sensors is required. Hardware based protection of the Windows Hello credential/keys requires TPM 1.2 or greater; if no TPM exists or is configured, credentials/keys protection will be software-based.

3 Conditional Access Device Health Attestation service coming in 2016.

4 Microsoft Intune sold separately.

5 Requires TPM 1.2 or greater for TPM based key protection.

6 Sold separately.

7 Available in select markets. Functionality and apps may vary by market and device.

8 App experiences may vary.

9 Requires touch screen capability.

10 Hardware-dependent; Pen accessory may be sold separately.

11 Limited to Continuum-capable phones. External monitor must support HDMI input. App experience varies. Feature may require Continuum-compatible accessories, all sold separately.

12 Microsoft Edge receives regular, automatic updates from Microsoft.

13 Touch-capable tablet or PC required.

14 Product or subscription sold separately.

15 Cortana available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device. Cortana is disabled in the Education edition.

 



Voice, pen, touch, and gesture

Voice, pen, touch, gesture: Windows gives you more interaction options to choose from so you can use what feels right and works best.*

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All Windows 10 business versions come with these features
  

Continuum for Phones

Look at how much more your Windows 10 phone can do.
Connect to a monitor, keyboard and mouse to use
your phone like a PC.*

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge is a safe, fast browser, always
up-to-date* and designed to work with today’s
websites and services. With a web experience
that’s personal, responsive, and all about
getting things done online. 

 

 

Universal Windows Platform

Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform lets
you write once and deploy across all devices,
creating one app that tailors to any device.

Windows Ink*

Quickly turn thoughts into action with the magic
of Windows Ink*. Naturally capture notes at the
speed of thought with no need to be logged in.
And powerfully pair inking with Office* to
effortlessly make edits, create content
and drive ideas forward.

 

 

Office + Windows

Reach new levels of productivity when you run
Office apps* on Windows. New and exciting
features, such as Windows Ink,* your digital
assistant Cortana*, and the ability to use
your phone to run Office apps on a second
screen,* great ways to multiply the power of
the world’s favorite productivity suite.




1 Windows Information Protection, formerly Enterprise Data Protection (EDP), requires either Mobile Device Management (MDM) or System Center Configuration Manager to manage settings. Active Directory makes management easier, but is not required.

2 To use Windows Hello with biometrics specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor, or other biometric sensors is required. Hardware based protection of the Windows Hello credential/keys requires TPM 1.2 or greater; if no TPM exists or is configured, credentials/keys protection will be software-based.

3 Conditional Access Device Health Attestation service coming in 2016.

4 Microsoft Intune sold separately.

5 Requires TPM 1.2 or greater for TPM based key protection.

6 Sold separately.

7 Available in select markets. Functionality and apps may vary by market and device.

8 App experiences may vary.

9 Requires touch screen capability.

10 Hardware-dependent; Pen accessory may be sold separately.

11 Limited to Continuum-capable phones. External monitor must support HDMI input. App experience varies. Feature may require Continuum-compatible accessories, all sold separately.

12 Microsoft Edge receives regular, automatic updates from Microsoft.

13 Touch-capable tablet or PC required.

14 Product or subscription sold separately.

15 Cortana available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device. Cortana is disabled in the Education edition.

 



Why buy a new Windows 10 Pro device?

Choose the best of the best. When you accelerate a PC refresh you are getting extra hardware-enabled security features, giving you the most secure Windows platform yet.

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All Windows 10 business versions come with these features

Powerful, modern devices

Windows 10 devices allow new ways to create,
learn, collaborate, and visualize. Get the
best of Windows 10 using the newest and most
versatile devices, from 2-in-1s, to devices
that hang on the wall, to new holographic
interfaces.

Hardware compatibility

Windows 10 is designed to work great on
your existing devices. You don’t have to
wait until your next hardware refresh to
upgrade to Windows 10

1 Windows Information Protection, formerly Enterprise Data Protection (EDP), requires either Mobile Device Management (MDM) or System Center Configuration Manager to manage settings. Active Directory makes management easier, but is not required.

2 To use Windows Hello with biometrics specialized hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor, or other biometric sensors is required. Hardware based protection of the Windows Hello credential/keys requires TPM 1.2 or greater; if no TPM exists or is configured, credentials/keys protection will be software-based.

3 Conditional Access Device Health Attestation service coming in 2016.

4 Microsoft Intune sold separately.

5 Requires TPM 1.2 or greater for TPM based key protection.

6 Sold separately.

7 Available in select markets. Functionality and apps may vary by market and device.

8 App experiences may vary.

9 Requires touch screen capability.

10 Hardware-dependent; Pen accessory may be sold separately.

11 Limited to Continuum-capable phones. External monitor must support HDMI input. App experience varies. Feature may require Continuum-compatible accessories, all sold separately.

12 Microsoft Edge receives regular, automatic updates from Microsoft.

13 Touch-capable tablet or PC required.

14 Product or subscription sold separately.

15 Cortana available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device. Cortana is disabled in the Education edition.