Windows 10: A Store That’s Ready for Business

I’m excited to share this next chapter in our Windows 10 blog series, focused on enhancements we are making to the Windows Store – all of which are designed to help organizations acquire, create and deliver apps the way they want. This is a logical follow-up to our post on manageability choices in Windows 10…. Read more

Windows 10: Manageability Choices

Last week at Microsoft’s TechEd conference in Europe we talked about the enterprise capabilities in Windows 10, starting with Joe Belfiore’s keynote presentation and continuing into a variety of breakout sessions where we could dig deeper into a number of areas such as security, deployment and manageability. When it comes to Windows manageability, we’re proud… Read more

Windows 10: Making Deployment Easier

As Joe mentioned in this blog post, the amount of interest in the Windows 10 preview has been phenomenal. We appreciate that IT pros are trying out the new features and providing feedback. But more importantly, we appreciate the sheer number of devices that you are upgrading from previous versions of Windows – whether from… Read more

Windows 10: Security and Identity Protection for the Modern World

There’s been so much excitement and energy around the Windows 10 Technical Preview – including incredible momentum around the Windows Insider Program, where we recently hit 1 million total registrants, and over 200,000 pieces of user-initiated feedback. Thank you for signing-up for the program and providing us with your feedback! We want Windows 10 to… Read more

NASCAR Gets Faster, More Efficient, With Windows

NASCAR is synonymous with speed – from the cars on the track, to the crews on pit road, to officials in the garage. Technology innovation is another part of the sport that is moving fast. “NASCAR is driven by innovation,” said Steve O’Donnell, Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer at NASCAR. “Through the… Read more

Introducing Windows 10 for Business

Hello from San Francisco! I’m Jim Alkove, I lead the Windows enterprise program management team. Today, Terry Myerson and Joe Belfiore announced a new approach to the way we plan, develop and deliver Windows, with a first look at Windows 10. Windows 10 is the next generation of our OS that adapts to the devices… Read more

Reinventing banking for great customer and employee experiences with mobile solutions

Hello. I’m Jeremy Korst, and I lead Windows Product Marketing. This week at Sibos, we’ll be talking with Financial Services companies about how to enable their rapid digital transformation to empower more productive employees and better engage customers. Banks have been undergoing a digital transformation for some time, but there is increasing urgency to transform… Read more

Customer Showcase: New Belgium Brewery

New Belgium Brewing Company is a familiar brand for many folks. They are based in Fort Collins, Colorado and are the third-largest craft brewery – the eighth-largest overall, in the US. And their sales force is proudly powered by Microsoft. I’m excited to talk about a recent development created for New Belgium Brewing Company by… Read more

The Secure Mobility Faceoff: Laptop and VDI Versus Windows To Go

The last time I blogged about Windows To Go was to share new features and functionality added with Windows 8.1. Prior to that I covered, frequently asked questions from customer discussions and detailed the importance of using certified drives. My conversations with customers continue to center on two key use cases: Bring your own device… Read more

Royal Caribbean Announces 40K Windows Tablets

We are thrilled that today, Royal Caribbean International announced that every shipboard employee in the Royal Caribbean International fleet will receive their own Windows tablet – a total of 40,000 Windows tablets. “The Royal Caribbean men and women who provide such great vacations are the real heroes of our fleet and these gifts demonstrate our… Read more