Windows 10 Pro includes important business functionality such as encryption, remote log-in, the creation of virtual machines and more. Several features in Windows 10 Professional are aimed at business use, including domain join, for example, which allows a user to bring in his or her own PC and connect it to the office domain. Group policy management allows an IT administrator to control the PC’s capabilities. A business can lock down the Windows Store to only offer specialized enterprise apps and nothing else. This Windows version also offers the ability to join Azure Active Directory with single sign-on capabilities. Assigned Access is also available, which allow a Windows tablet to run only a particular application.
Moving to Windows 10 Professional makes sense for business users who require more advanced features than Windows 10 Home. Windows 10 Pro is an appropriate option for small- to medium-sized business users employing Aegex10 Tablets. Larger enterprises have the option to select Windows 10 Enterprise for additional and selective features.
Microsoft’s encryption software that encrypts the Windows boot drive, USB keys, external drives and other fixed drives within the system. A USB key encrypted with Bitlocker and clipped to a keychain provides an additional layer of security.
The “master” machine can control a Windows 10 Professional slave machine and all of its resources. It is designed so that a remote technician can manipulate another device for remote configuration.
The ability to wall off a portion of a hard drive into a virtual PC, complete with its own operating system. Virtualization creates a secure operating environment within a PC that allows a user to run different operating systems, including Linux, future builds of Windows 10, and older versions of Windows.