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My findings on Microsoft Ignite 2016 day 4 (Session and Expo) recap

By Henk Hoogendoorn

Day 4 in Atlanta was kind of same as day 3 (in a good way). I did breakout sessions for 75 minutes again only, with lot of great stuff. I skipped the session after lunch, because of Expo closing. Instead of the extra session I spoke to several vendors and received information. Let’s see which interesting stuff has been mentioned!

Implement Windows as a service
-With LTSB you keep to create big images and update all of your machines every few years (same as old model).
-With CB/CBB it’s lot easier where smaller packages/downloads are used, which is quicker (requires new planning).
-Windows 10 cumulative updates supersedes the older ones to increase fragmentation (one big update).
-Only Quality updates (security & critical) and Features updates (optional) are left (new naming scheme).
-Microsoft recommends to implement al Windows 10 builds, and not to skip one (for CB/CBB usage only).

How to make the most out of Azure, Intune, O365 and W10
-Have a look at all new Windows 10 cloud services (OneDrive, Windows Update for Business, Windows Store for Business).
-Federation services (ADFS) is though to setup but it’s worth it. Most people in room uses ADFS in environment!
-Secure Productive Enterprise contains of: Office365 + EM/S + Windows10. …read more

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