Windows 10 and EMM Disrupt PC Management Mobile and PC security are converging. PC management has evolved significantly over the years in an effort to support rapidly changing enterprise needs and evolving security models.
Today, a common model of PC management requires devices to join a domain that’s governed by a set of group policy objects (GPOs), which define what a system looks like and how it behaves for a certain group of users. The use of traditional PC management tools has been most effective when all devices are connected to a persistent local area network (LAN). However, they lack the flexibility needed to manage intermittently connected mobile devices — which enterprise users are adopting at a much faster rate than legacy, domain-joined devices.
As a result, IT admins need a more consistent platform to manage the broad variety of devices across the enterprise. Windows 10 addresses this gap by shifting device management from domain-joining to establishing Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) as a single point of trust in the enterprise.
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