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    • Windows 10: A First Look at the Latest Devices Windows 10: A First Look at the Latest Devices Marlowe Dayley, Senior Channel Marketing Manager, Microsoft Upcoming: Feb 16 2016 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Windows 10 opens up innovative device experiences and enables your business to take advantage of new hardware enabled security features.

      Every business has potential. Given the right tools, it's the people within that can take big ideas from brainstorms to results.

      Buying a Windows 10 device means you'll have the tools for transforming ideas, and your business, into something greater. When you accelerate a PC refresh* from Windows 7 to Windows 10 you are getting extra hardware enabled security features giving you the most secure Windows platform yet.

      Plus, newer devices and form factors light up new user experiences like Cortana, Inking, Touch and Continuum**.

      With enhanced security, productivity, performance and mobility you really can’t do better than accelerating to Windows 10 today.

      Watch this webcast to:
      •Discover new features that are enabled in the latest devices with Windows 10
      •Understand why the 6th generation Intel processor helps deliver better security and manageability
      •Learn more about the latest Intel Skylake devices announced in January 2016
      •Get additional resources to evaluate what device is right for you

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    • Windows 10: Innovative devices for your business Windows 10: Innovative devices for your business Kalin McKenna, Surface Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Recorded: Dec 18 2015 10:10 pm UTC 20 mins
    • Designed to work with the devices you already own and light up the features of new devices, Windows 10 opens up new ways to create, learn, collaborate, and visualize.
      Windows 10 works great on your existing devices, so you don’t have to wait for a hardware refresh. It’s easier to upgrade existing devices with in-place upgrades, instead of time intensive wipe-and-reload deployments. And with Windows 10, the user interface optimizes itself to whatever device you’re using so you’ll always get an optimized experience.

      Windows 10 also ushers in a new era of devices from Microsoft. With Windows 10, you can experience the latest in innovative devices, such as pen functionality, Surface Hub and the amazing HoloLens. Devices with pen input lets you take notes, mark documents, and sketch ideas naturally. Surface Hub and HoloLens will revolutionize how we communicate and collaborate at work. Whether your company runs on desktops, tablets, or a combination of these, the easy 2-in-1 experience with Windows 10 is seamless experience across devices.

      In this webcast, viewers will learn:
      •How Windows 10 works great on your existing devices while showcasing the best of hardware innovation
      •Why the Surface family of devices (Surface 3, Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book) is ideal for businesses
      •Additional resources for Surface and other Windows 10 Devices

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    • Securing Smart Devices: Cybersecurity in the age of the Internet of Things Securing Smart Devices: Cybersecurity in the age of the Internet of Things Ed Moyle, Director, Emerging Business and Technology Trends, Research/Standards & Academic, ISACA Recorded: Jun 25 2015 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • There’s no doubt about it, smart devices are proliferating – and as they do, security pros have their work cut out for them. Not only are consumer devices on the rise that have embedded networking and computing technology (e.g. televisions and household appliances), but we’re also seeing integration in other areas as well: everything from automobiles to thermostats to smoke detectors now might ship with networking capability built in.

      For security practitioners in enterprise, this can have serious ramifications: not only do they potentially require traditional “security hygiene” activities (e.g. patching and monitoring), but they can also introduce other complexities as well. For example in situations where they might find their way into regulatory-governed environments (e.g. the PCI cardholder data environment) or when adoption happens without involvement from IT.

      This round table session will discuss how enterprises can approach securing the Internet of Things in their environments and how they can adjust their security programs to ensure that the environment stays protected going forward.

      Panelists:
      Scott Morrison, Senior Vice President and a Distinguished Engineer at CA Technologies
      Chris Poulin, Research Strategist, X-Force at IBM
      Gunnar Petersen, Founder/Principle Arctec Group & Visiting Scientist @ Carnegie Mellon

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    • Do your WinXP devices have an XPiration date? Do your WinXP devices have an XPiration date? Ashwin Manekar, Product Manager, Endpoint Manager and Mobility Solutions Recorded: Aug 20 2014 5:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • The time has finally come for Microsoft to cut the cord on supporting WinXP leaving organizations who do not upgrade as open targets to hackers who could exploit vulnerabilities in expired devices. Recent studies indicate that IT downtime not only has serious security implications but can also cost $1M per hour. Now imagine a world where you have immediate visibility into the status of every device connected to your corporate data and can apply patches and security fixes before problems arise. If you work on the front lines of managing laptops, desktops, and servers, you know a real-time solution that could tell you the state of endpoints in seconds--instead of days or weeks--while reducing downtime is critical. The good news is you don't have to imagine anymore--that day is here. Your endpoints don't need to have an XPiration date!

      Join this webcast to learn how IT can tell you the status of your endpoints in seconds while securely managing any device, at any location, any time.

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    • Do your WinXP devices have an XPiration date? Do your WinXP devices have an XPiration date? Ashwin Manekar, Product Manager, Endpoint Manager and Mobility Solutions Recorded: May 29 2014 6:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • The time has finally come for Microsoft to cut the cord on supporting WinXP leaving organizations who do not upgrade as open targets to hackers who could exploit vulnerabilities in expired devices. Recent studies indicate that IT downtime not only has serious security implications but can also cost $1M per hour. Now imagine a world where you have immediate visibility into the status of every device connected to your corporate data and can apply patches and security fixes before problems arise. If you work on the front lines of managing laptops, desktops, and servers, you know a real-time solution that could tell you the state of endpoints in seconds--instead of days or weeks--while reducing downtime is critical. The good news is you don't have to imagine anymore--that day is here. Your endpoints don't need to have an XPiration date!

      Join this webcast to learn how IT can tell you the status of your endpoints in seconds while securely managing any device, at any location, any time.

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