Microsoft is gearing up to take over the control and management of Windows 10 laptops and PCs installed inside the premises of big corporate companies. Tagged as Microsoft Managed Desktop, the service will help enterprise customers sine Microsoft will provide the required hardware for running Windows 10. Moreover, the security updates with latest features, improvements will be available on a monthly basis for a fee.
The main aim of this new service is to quickly address the growing security threats and also to relieve the in-house IT department from interfering in the issue. The Microsoft Managed Desktop service comes with Microsoft 365 Enterprise, which is a combination of Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility.
If the Redmond-based software giant takes over the management of Windows 10 gadgets for corporate customers, then it will help the relevant team to concentrate on other issues. Microsoft has been involved in the launch of new services to boost the installation of Windows 10, which is considered as a secured operating system.
To begin with, the company will test drive Microsoft Managed Desktop service among select customers based in the US and UK. The service will be expanded to Australia, Canada, and New Zealand towards the first half of 2019. The team will study the feasibility of the service before extending to other parts.
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