Windows® 8- A Winner for Corporate Customers: 5 Reasons Why
Windows 8 is all set to launch on October 26 2012. As we close to the date we can already see vendors preparing to package Windows 8 operating system in their products. And with Microsoft offering it at retail for those who wish to upgrade their current operating system is an added advantage. What’s more is that Microsoft is trying to make a much focused effort to offer different versions of Windows 8 that will satisfy both mobile customers and also enterprise users.
Till now the focus has mostly been on consumers but now slowly Windows 8 is now being showcased as the best choice for corporate customers. Right from improved Windows 8 security to the focus on tablets, Windows 8 seems to have the answer to all corporate needs.
Let’s check out why Windows 8 is a winner for Corporate Customers and what it has to offer.
Microsoft has made indisputable statements that Windows 8 will be more secure than any other Windows operating system released so far. One of the key components that give enhanced security to Windows 8 is Windows Defender. With Windows Defender security no third party app would be required as much as it is now. Of course we have heard this before also, but if this time Microsoft can make this happen, Windows 8 is definitely going to be a winner.
One of the major complaints from corporate users has been that Microsoft does not support tablets with Windows. But with the launch of Windows 8 things are definitely going to change. Microsoft will be offering tablet friendly version called Windows RT that will run on a range of slates including the Surface.
Packaged with Office 2013
What makes Windows 8 even more exciting and eagerly awaited is that it is going to run on the new version of Office currently known as Office 2013. Microsoft has so far not stated the date for its new Office but it looks like it will come sometime this fall, after Windows 8 release. The unique feature of Office 2013 is that it is designed to leverage Windows 8 features. Simply stated, it is the best combination of operating system and application that one will definitely want to use.
Windows 8 Designed to Improve Productivity
Windows 8 might just improve productivity that is definitely an added advantage for corporate users. As per the inputs so far, Windows 8 design makes it simpler and easy to find things and also reduces the effort to perform certain tasks. To put it in a nutshell, it just might make employees more productive.
Bootable Windows 8 Enterprise Version
This is one feature that all corporate users should watch out for. With Windows To Go, Microsoft is letting corporate users to take a full copy of Windows 8, load it on a USB key and then use it wherever they like. The bootable Windows 8 Enterprise version is completely manageable.
Sounds awesome, right?