In the very near future sysadmins pondering a Windows 10 roll-out will have a few new features to test. Enterprise Data Protection offers protection against unintentional data leaks by encrypting files so that they can easily be encrypted for all but licensed programs, ensuring installed social media applications and the like can't get into places they really shouldn't be. It also allows you to wipe those files remotely, leaving the rest of the machine intact which will be handy in shops that allow users to attach their own machines to the domain. Microsoft Passport will be another identity manager tool, integrated directly into the OS and they will also be launching a separate Windows Store for Business catering to the needs of companies. Check out more details by following the links at The Register.
"Microsoft says features of Windows 10 for enterprises that weren't available when the OS launched in July will begin rolling out this month."
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