Windows 10 provides a unified operating system that runs across multiple platforms, such as PCs, tablets, and smartphones.  To keep pace with new device features and capabilities, to stay ahead of advanced security threats and to provide a backbone for your organization to connect, collaborate and grow, Microsoft now releases new branches of Windows 10 every six months. With Windows 10, organizations of all sizes can: 

  • Gain a more Productive, Collaborative work space | With Windows 10, people can work more easily and intuitively with voice, touch, and digital ink. Office
    files are automatically stored in the cloud, so that you can share and work on documents in real time.

  • Simplify Management | With flexible deployment options, businesses of all sizes can benefit from Windows 10. You can deploy Windows 10 on Azure with flexible, pay-as-you-go subscriptions, or opt for a traditional implementation model. Windows 10 provides a familiar experience for end users and IT pros alike, with enhanced management features for deployment, and device and app management. 

  • Choose the latest in Device Innovation | Design the Microsoft 365 work space that fits your unique business needs. Windows 10 runs on a wide range of devices, including Surface products to PCs and tablets. 

  • Embrace Digital Transformation | In Microsoft 365, Windows 10 is built for transformation, offering enhanced protection against today’s security
    threats, a collaborative, creative environment for productivity, and flexible deployment options.  

  • Protect Devices and Infrastructure against Modern Threats | The safest and most secure Windows ever, Windows 10 provides critical security capabilities that enable organizations to effectively guard against malicious activity. For example, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Detection combines sensors in the operating system with a powerful security cloud service to detect, identify, and respond to threats. In addition, identity protection features such as Windows Hello combine multiple factors, including facial or fingerprint recognition for enterprise-grade security.