During a simultaneous event in six different countries, Sharp and Microsoft launched its Windows Collaboration Display for the European market. It was designed to promote collaboration and make meetings more efficient. For the occasion, Sharp had set up its new collaboration screen in six different locations: the Microsoft offices in Belgium, France, Italy, Poland, the… Read More »Sharp cleverly launches Windows Collaboration Display with IoT hub
Windows 10 is a dead end for most companies, Gartner analyst Stephen Kleynhans said in an interview with Computerworld last year. “Absolutely a dead end,” he repeats even more firmly after he stated last year with Gartner colleague Michael Server that Windows 10 Pro, the version that was traditionally preinstalled on most business PCs –… Read More »Here’s Why Windows 10 Pro Is A Dead End For IT
The following two updates for Windows 10, the coming fall and the larger version this spring, illustrate Microsoft’s new plan. A normal major parts update appears with new features in the first half of the year and an update with patches in the second half of the year. We have already completed the major 2019… Read More »What can you expect from Windows 10 in 2020?
WVD is now entering the final development phase leading to general availability, Microsoft has announced on Twitter. The company has not made any announcement as to when this first version of the software will be generally available. Testers can already start using it again, which can then be done in virtual machines.