With Windows 10, Microsoft introduces a consolidated operating system (OS) platform that changes how organizations treat the management of End-User computing (EUC) environments.
Windows 10 mobile management technologies are easier, faster, and less complex than prior versions of Windows. These fundamentally different "mobile-first" changes are broad and far-reaching in terms of IT management issues involving platform updates, the cadence of change, application design and delivery, end-user autonomy, and enhanced security. This new way of managing Windows is more closely aligned to the enterprise mobile management (EMM) based approaches found in mobile management tools today.
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