Surface News Roundup: Another week gone? Already?
Well, here’s a few more stories that might be of interest to Surface users that popped up in the past week:
- …4…5…6…7. Seven Versions of Windows 10… ha, ha, ha!
- Surface 3 Ready for Enterprise
- Microsoft Spins up the ‘Branch Anywhere’ Initiative using Surface Pro 3 Tablets
Surface News Roundup: …4…5…6…7. Seven Versions of Windows 10… ha, ha, ha!
No date was announced but his post revealed that there will be multiple editions of the Windows 10 operating system.
- Windows 10 Home
- Windows 10 Mobile
- Windows 10 Pro
- Windows 10 Enterprise
- Windows 10 Education
- Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise
The version you get will depend on the device you have.
If the past is any indication, each version will have a different price and feature set with more “business oriented” versions having the highest price, but most features.
Surface News Roundup: Surface 3 Ready for Enterprise
If you’re working in enterprise IT and you are looking at using the Surface 3 in your environment, you might be interested in this…
Microsoft released this Surface 3 deployment experience in line with its more business-oriented sibling, Surface Pro 3. The update includes new and enhanced features including those expected in a larger-scale commercial environment, such as enhanced PXE booting and support for asset tagging.”
Just be aware that the download won’t appear in Windows Update.
Surface News Roundup: Microsoft Starts ‘Branch Anywhere’ Initiative with Surface
Surface Pro 3 will be powering the Power ‘Branch Anywhere’ Initiative for Banks and Credit Unions.
The intent of this initiative is to put the Surface Pro 3 in the hands of bank workers so they aren’t tied to a desk and can better help customers.
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