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Microsoft Continuum could be the company's golden ticket
This article is part of the Modern Mobility issue of January 2016 issue, Volume 2, Issue 1
Microsoft Continuum has the potential to bring huge enterprise cost savings by overhauling the user experience of Windows 10 devices. This adaptive UX feature optimizes apps and the user interface based on the form factor. But to start using it in the enterprise, we have to convince the people who control our money. Microsoft Continuum can appeal to them by streamlining application development and increasing employee productivity. As far as application development costs go, having a single code base to run an application across multiple device types can be very beneficial. There is a significant reduction in the amount of time required to write the app, debug problems, perform quality assurance testing and more. But Microsoft Continuum's biggest benefit is that it improves the user experience, fostering productivity and simplifying IT admins' lives. Users can start their day by working on their Windows 10 phones -- I'm guilty of checking my email within five minutes of waking up -- then go into the office and pick up right ...
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