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 Posted: Jun 20 2017, 01:38 PM
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Windows as a Service:
This is actually it. Every change and preparation can be simplified to this little information – Windows 10 needs to be upgraded in a more frequent manner. By speaking of more frequently this should be 2 times a year and every new Windows Version comes also with new and modified features. Why did we change this? Well there are dozens of arguments, but I will state the most obvious ones. This is actually nothing new – it is simple agile software development. Agile software development will result into higher quality. (agile software development is a status quo today – the only change here is that Windows is an OS) We will be able to react on customer needs much faster – this also means that security features, which will be a reaction to current threats can be integrated into the OS just in time. Another point (for discussion) is that the migration costs and workload can be integrated into the operating and daily work (if WaaS is handled correctly):

source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/daviddasneves/2017/06/18/demystifying-windows-as-a-service-wake-up-please/

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