FND2901: Overview of Windows 10 for Enterprises

Windows 10 brings a wealth of new features and solutions to the enterprise. In this session, we explain the various security, management, and deployment features of Windows 10 along with showing you some of the new end-user features that will not only make your customers more productive but also delight them.

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FND2901: Overview of Windows 10 for Enterprises

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Windows 10 brings a wealth of new features and solutions to the enterprise. In this session, we explain the various security, management, and deployment features of Windows 10 along with showing you some of the new end-user features that will not only make your customers more productive but also delight them.
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  1. Slide 1

    • Overview for Enterprise
    • Jim Alkove
  2. Slide 2

    • Are cybersecurity threats keeping you up at night?
    • Your people go everywhere with devices, do the apps and data they need go with them?
    • Can you adopt new technologies as fast as your business needs them?
    • Is it getting easier, or harder, to manage your infrastructure?
    • Do you have what it takes to succeed?
    • The digital economy
  3. Slide 3

    • for Enterprise
    • Be more productive
    • Innovative devices for your business
    • Managed for continuous innovation
    • Protection against modern security threats
  4. Slide 4

    • Protection against modern security threats
  5. Slide 5

    • Device Protection
    • Information Protection
    • Identity Protection
    • Windows 10 Security Approach
  6. Identity Protection

    Slide 6 - Identity Protection

  7. Microsoft Passport

    Slide 7 - Microsoft Passport

    • Hyper-V “Virtual Secure Mode (VSM)”
    • Windows Hello
    • Identity Protection
  8. Slide 8

    • Utilize familiar devices
    • Secured by hardware
    • USER CREDENTIAL
    • An asymmetrical key pair
    • Provisioned via PKI or created locally via Windows 10
    • Device-based multi-factor
    • Identity Protection
  9. Slide 9

    • A new approach
    • Microsoft Passport
    • IDP
    • Active Directory
    • Azure AD
    • Google
    • Facebook
    • Microsoft Account
    • User proves identity
    • 1
    • “Trust my unique key”
    • 2
    • “Here is your authentication token”
    • 3
    • “We trust tokens from IDP"
    • 4
    • Windows10
    • Intranet
    • resources
    • Identity Protection
  10. Slide 10

    • Simplest implementation option
    • Works on existing devices
    • User familiarity
    • PIN
    • Enables multi-factor
    • Ease of use
    • Impossible to forget
    • Biometrics
    • Accessing credentials
    • Identity Protection
  11. DEMO

    Slide 11 - DEMO

    • Microsoft Passport and Windows Hello
  12. DEMO

    Slide 12 - DEMO

    • Microsoft Passport and Windows Hello
  13. Today’s Security Challenge

    Slide 13 - Today’s Security Challenge

    • Pass the Hash Attacks
    • 1.
    • Single IT Pro’s machine is compromised
    • IT Pro manages kiosks/shared devices on network
    • Attacker steals IT Pro’s access token
    • 2.
    • Using IT Pro’s access token attacker looks for kiosk/shared devices and mines them for tokens
    • 3.
    • Repeat
    • Access to one device can lead to access to many
    • Identity Protection
  14. Slide 14

    • OS
    • Virtual Secure Mode
    • VSM
    • CPU with Virtualization Extensions
    • Hyper-V
    • Identity Protection
  15. Information Protection

    Slide 15 - Information Protection

  16. DEMO

    Slide 16 - DEMO

    • Enterprise Data Protection
  17. DEMO

    Slide 17 - DEMO

    • Enterprise Data Protection
  18. Device Protection

    Slide 18 - Device Protection

  19. Slide 19

    • Securing the device
    • Device protection
    • Secure Boot
    • Device Guard
    • Device Health
    • Windows Defender
    • Windows Update for Business
  20. Slide 20

    • Roll-out rings
    • Maintenance windows
    • Peer to peer delivery
    • Integration with your existing tools like System Center
    • Introducing Windows Update for Business
  21. Slide 21

    • Over 1 billion Windows users
    • Hundreds of millions
    • Current Branch
    • Windows
    • Insider Preview Branch
    • Several Million
    • Broad Microsoft Internal Validation
    • 10’s of thousands
    • Engineering Builds
    • Time
    • Users
    • Contoso Internal Ring 1
    • Contoso Internal Ring 2
    • Contoso Internal Ring 3
    • Contoso Internal Ring 4
    • Market Driven Quality: External and Internal
    • Current Branch for Business
    • Device protection
  22. Slide 22

    • Innovative devices for your business
  23. Slide 23

    • One converged Windows platform
  24. Slide 24

    • Works great on existing devices
  25. Slide 25

    • Managed for continuous innovation
  26. Deployment Choices

    Slide 26 - Deployment Choices

    • Wipe-and-Load
    • Traditional process
    • Capture data and settings
    • Deploy (custom) OS image
    • Inject drivers
    • Install apps
    • Restore data and settings
    • Still an option for all scenarios
    • In-Place
    • Let Windows do the work
    • Preserve all data, settings, apps, drivers
    • Install (standard) OS image
    • Restore everything
    • Recommended for existing devices (Windows 7/8/8.1)
    • Provisioning
    • Configure new devices
    • Transform into an Enterprise device
    • Remove extra items, add organizational apps and configNew capability for new devices
    • App, web and device compatibility
    • Managed for Continuous Innovation
  27. Management choices

    Slide 27 - Management choices

    • Organizations may mix and match, depending on their specific scenario
    • Managed for Continuous Innovation
    • Identity
    • Management
    • Updates
    • Infrastructure
    • Ownership
    • Active Directory
    • Azure Active Directory
    • Group Policy
    • System Center Configuration Manager
    • 3rd party PC management
    • Intune
    • 3rd party MDM
    • Windows Update
    • Windows Update for Business
    • Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
    • Intune
    • 3rd party MDM
    • On-premises
    • In the cloud
    • Corporate-owned
    • CYOD
    • BYOD
  28. DEMO

    Slide 28 - DEMO

    • Automatic MDM with
    • Azure AD Join
  29. DEMO

    Slide 29 - DEMO

    • Automatic MDM with
    • Azure AD Join
  30. Introducing the Business Store

    Slide 30 - Introducing the Business Store

    • Storefront designed for organizations
    • Acquire, deploy and manage apps
    • Easy for your users
    • Application Protection
  31. DEMO

    Slide 31 - DEMO

    • Business Store
  32. DEMO

    Slide 32 - DEMO

    • Business Store
  33. This is what we hear your adoption needs are:

    Slide 33 - This is what we hear your adoption needs are:

    • TENSION
    • DVD
    • Parallel
    • Agili
    • AGILITY
    • Access to new technology
    • Microsoft to quickly implement your feedback
    • Transparency on the roadmap
    • Enterprise-grade capabilities to help you address the latest trends in the market
    • Flexibility for mixed environments
    • PCMCIA
    • CONTROL
    • Stability
    • Fewer upgrades
    • Long support lifecycle
    • Ample time to test and certify
    • Predictability
    • ISVs’ statement of Support
    • Managed for Continuous Innovation
  34. Consumer devices

    Slide 34 - Consumer devices

    • Updates installed via Windows Update as they arrive
    • Keeping hundreds of millions of consumers up to date
    • Large and diverse user base helps drive quality of the OS updates
    • BYOD devices are up to date & secure
    • No new functionality on long term servicing branch
    • Regular security updates
    • Control with WSUS
    • Special systems
    • Examples: Air Traffic Control, Emergency Rooms
    • Windows as a Service
    • Update their devicesafter features are validatedin the market
    • Business users
  35. Windows System Update Services

    Slide 35 - Windows System Update Services

    • (WSUS)
    • Windows Update (WU)
    • Consumer devices
    • BYOD Scenarios
    • Test Machines
    • Special Systems
    • Factory floor machines
    • Emergency Room systems
    • Windows Update for Business
    • (WUB)
    • Knowledge Workers
    • Salesforce
    • Non mission critical systems
    • Release Deployment Options
    • Managed for Continuous Innovation
  36. Slide 36

    • Get ready for Windows 10
    • Test Windows 10 Preview
    • Join the Windows Insider Program
    • Give your feedback
    • Profile your systems for WU for Business
    • Start your deployment plan