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Windows 10 Pro vs Enterprise

By Brandon Lecoq on Jan 1, 2021 6:00:00 AM

Windows 10 Pro is the business version of Windows 10 that comes pre-installed on most PCs when you buy them from Dell, HP, Microsoft, etc. Windows 10 Enterprise however, is an add-on that sits on top of Windows 10 Pro for added security and mobile device management benefits. Windows 10 Enterprise can be purchased as a monthly subscription for $7 or $11 per user/month, similar to the other Office 365 licenses. There are two Windows 10 Enterprise licenses, they are called Windows 10 E3 and Windows 10 E5.

Topics: Windows 10
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Windows 10 Enterprise E3 vs E5: What's the Difference?

By Josh Franklin on Oct 30, 2020 4:48:06 PM

Windows 10 Pro is the business version of Windows 10 that comes pre-installed on most PCs when you buy them from Dell, HP, Microsoft etc... Windows 10 Enterprise, is an add-on that sits on top of Windows 10 Pro for added security and mobile device management benefits. Windows 10 Enterprise can be purchased as a monthly subscription for $7 or $11 per user/month depending on which license you purchase, similar to the other Office 365 licenses. There are two Windows 10 Enterprise licenses, called Windows 10 E3 and Windows 10 E5. Both E3 and E5 take all of the features of Windows 10 Pro and kick them up a notch. A HUGE notch. Still, there are some important differences. In this blog, I'll explain those differences so you can better choose which is right for you: Windows 10 Enterprise E3 or E5.

Topics: Microsoft 365 Windows 10
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Windows Autopilot Overview

By Catalin Alaci on Oct 21, 2019 10:35:07 AM

When you bring on a new hire does your IT team spend time having to configure that person's computer and then does the new hire has to spend the next 7 days setting up their accounts and apps? Isn't this frustrating? Not with Windows Autopilot. Welcome to onboarding made easy.

Topics: Windows 10 Windows Autopilot
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Windows 7 End of Life: Should I care?

By Joel Lachance on Jul 17, 2019 10:36:45 AM

Microsoft will stop providing mainstream support for the Windows 7 operating system on January 14, 2020. From that day on, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for Windows 7. Companies that remain on Windows 7 will instantly become non-compliant and subject to cyber-attacks from the list of common Windows 7 vulnerabilities.

Topics: Windows 7 Windows 10