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As if managing the BYOD phenomenon wasn’t hard enough, Microsoft made it harder with its free Windows 10 upgrade. That wasn’t Microsoft’s intention, of course, and the company can’t be blamed for the increasing challenge of managing employee devices with disparate software versions. After all, it’s pretty great to get a new operating system for free.
Windows 10 is expected to run on more than 350 million machines within its first year. While “free” has accelerated its adoption, what truly sets this release apart from others is that Microsoft plans to expand Windows 10 to an unlimited number of devices via the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT is becoming an increasing topic of conversation both in and outside of the workplace, in particular, in discussions around how to secure these connected devices
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