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From intelligent tools built on inclusivity to the latest in Windows—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365

This month, we’re adding new capabilities to make everyone more comfortable in meetings, feel empowered in the diverse hybrid workplace, and be able to switch devices more easily.

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Windows 7 support ends today, and Windows 10 is better than ever

Today we’re ending support for Windows 7. If you haven’t already, make the switch to Windows 10 for our most secure and productive operating system ever.

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• 2 min read

A new way for small and midsize businesses to stay secure and current

With Microsoft 365, we are building the tools to help our customers stay secure and current, setting them up for success now and in years to come. And today, we’re announcing a new offer that makes it easier than ever for small and midsize businesses to take advantage of these tools.

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Windows Virtual Desktop is now generally available worldwide

Deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes with Windows Virtual Desktop—now generally available worldwide.

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Now is the time to make the shift to Microsoft 365

With Windows 7 end of support less than a year away, now is the time to make the shift to Windows 10 and Office 365. Microsoft has resources to make that move as smooth as possible.

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2019 is the year to make the shift to a modern desktop

With Windows 7 End of Support one year away (and Office 2010 not far behind), there’s never been a better time to shift to a modern desktop with Microsoft 365.

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Move to modern. Windows 10 IoT—safer, smarter, cloud-ready

Windows 10 IoT helps organizations with kiosks, ATMs, and other devices be more secure, cloud-ready, and modern.

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Announcing: Windows Defender ATP support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1

With Windows 10, we built the most secure Windows ever, by hardening the platform itself and by developing Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), a unified endpoint security platform that helps stop breaches.

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Electronic poll book technology innovation, powered by Windows and Election Systems & Software

ES&S has chosen Windows tablets to power a new and innovative fleet of industry-leading electronic poll books!

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The Secure Mobility Faceoff: Laptop and VDI Versus Windows To Go

BYOD is a game changer for the mobile workforce, and IT leaders are waking up to the opportunity.

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Learn more about XP EOS at the Windows 7/8.1 Virtual Event Day, presented by Dell

This all-day virtual event is designed for business decision makers and CIOs and will focus on discussing how to speed up the migration process, drive down costs, and ease the deployment of a modern operating system.

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Windows XP support ends in almost 5 months, but there are more reasons to move to the new Windows

At RSA Europe in Amsterdam today, Mike Reavey, general manager of the Trustworthy Computing Group at Microsoft, announced the release of the Security Intelligence Report Volume 15. The report provides the latest data on exploits, malware and security trends from more than a billion systems worldwide and is a great resource for our commercial customers on how to mitigate security risks.

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Modern business in mind: Windows 8.1 at TechEd 2013

TechEd North America is officially underway in New Orleans and we’ve had a great turnout of IT professionals, developers, analysts, and press eager to hear about the latest versions of Microsoft’s platforms, servers, and of course, Windows 8.1.