Microsoft Windows phones and tablets

Windows is the overwhelmingly dominant desktop operating system in the business world, but its mobile versions have struggled to replicate that success. Still, Windows mobile devices continue to add enterprise features for end users and IT. The resources in this section explain how to evaluate Windows phones and tablets and to make them part of a successful enterprise mobility initiative.

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  • Windows Autopilot

    Windows Autopilot is a desktop provisioning tool native to Windows 10 that allows IT professionals to automate image deployment of new desktops with preset configurations. Continue Reading

  • How to implement tablets for enterprise use

    To integrate tablets into the enterprise, IT needs to know more than just which tablet is the best fit. Discover the tools that can help IT enroll and maintain the new devices. Continue Reading

  • Microsoft Cortana

    Cortana, Microsoft's virtual assistant, debuted in Windows Phone 8.1 and is included in Windows 10. Users can schedule events, set reminders, plan navigation and more with Cortana. Continue Reading

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