Windows 10 Creators Update comes with latest IT tools and better Security

Microsoft recently has brought several tools, devices, and updates that will cheer up all the creators out there. Not only designers and animators; but for Microsoft, a creator is who creates something. They may be software developers or even architects. Windows 10 Creators Update is for all those creators. Microsoft announced Windows 10 Creators Update in October 2016 that consists of features bringing innovation with mixed reality and 3D for everyone. In that update, Microsoft will introduce latest IT tools and enhanced security. With tools like Surface Studio, Surface Dial, and new Surface Book, Microsoft has already empowered everyone; be it a business professional or a student. Apart from IT management time, improved Windows Analytics dashboard, in-place UEFI conversion, improved Mobile application management, it also includes advanced security features.

New IT tools in Windows 10 Creators Update

New IT tools in Windows 10 Creators Update

Latest IT tools to restructure management

This is one of the most important additions brought by Windows 10 Creators Update. Through the power of the Cloud, Windows 10 has been aided with modern IT capabilities. The latest Windows 10 Creators Update will make improvement in IT management time. Users can shift their resources and time-intensive tasks to the cloud, so as to acquire, provision, support and secure the devices more easily.

Windows Analytics with Cloud-based insights

As per the latest Windows 10 Creators Update, the Windows Analytics dashboard will be more helpful for the IT administrators. They can better manage and support Windows 10 devices with the latest changes. They will be able to ensure compliance with the upgrade, update and device health processes within their organizations.

In-place UEFI conversion for easy conversion of a device to UEFI

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UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) enabled devices are needed for using the new Windows 10 security investments like Device Guard. Earlier to convert a device to UEFI required an IT manager to repartition the disk and reconfigure the firmware. However, now with Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has introduced a simple conversion tool that automates this previously manual work. Microsoft’s team mentions that this conversion tool can be integrated with management tools such as System Center Configuration Manager as part of the Windows 7 to Windows 10 in-place upgrade process.

 

Mobile application management to protect data on personal devices

Now it will be easier to protect data on a personal device with Mobile Application Management features that are introduced through Windows 10 Creators Update. This is particularly useful at the organizational level, as more and more employees are using their own devices at work these days. With new updates, it will be simpler to apply policies to the applications employees use to be productive.

Enhanced security across devices, networks and cloud

Windows 10 Creators Update

The second most important thing in Windows 10 Creators Update is the enhanced security. According to Microsoft’s team, Windows 10 Creators Update will continue to bring new security capabilities to IT administrators to better protect, defend and respond to threats on their networks and devices.

New actions and insights will also be added to the Creators Update in Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to investigate and respond to network attacks, including sensors in memory, enriched intelligence and new remediation actions. The advancement win security include following features:

  • Enriched Detection
  • Enriched Intelligence
  • Enhanced Remediation

With all these changes and updates, Windows 10 Creators Update is all set to help you and protect your data to the maximum extent. You can know more about these enhancements in Creators Update on Windows Blogs.

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