Spotlight on Windows at Microsoft Ignite and the Technical Takeoff

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This post has been republished via RSS; it originally appeared at: Windows Experience Blog.

Windows is building what matters most for your business. This was the theme as Chief Product Officer Panos Panay took the stage in Seattle for a live keynote to kick off day two of Microsoft Ignite 2022. Together, he and engineering leaders from Windows, Intune, Windows 365, Defender, Teams, Loop and Surface discussed (and demonstrated) some of the latest features in Windows to support secure hybrid work from client to cloud. Here are a few highlights from this year’s conference plus details on where you can take a closer look at the capabilities that will help you easily deploy, update and manage—and deliver the most secure, personal and productive experience for devices, virtual desktops and Cloud PCs.

Catch up with Microsoft Ignite on demand

Windows: Building what matters most for your business Panos Panay, Ramya Chitrakar, David Weston, Scott Manchester, Lan Ye, Joe Belfiore, Steven Bathiche Get an insider's view of some of the top features in Windows. Learn about Windows 365, Intune, Defender, Teams, Loop and Surface, from the engineering leaders who built them. Secure your workforce with Windows + Intune Wangui McKelvey, Steve Dispensa Explore new security features like Enhanced Phishing Protection that help secure your business no matter where people work. See demos of end-to-end protections with the latest innovations in Windows 365. Dive into flexible, familiar management with Microsoft Intune, Windows Update for Business and Windows Autopatch. Experience Windows in the cloud with Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 Tristan Scott, Kam VedBrat, Bhavya Chopra See how Windows is experienced and managed with Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365. Learn how organizations are safeguarding their business while empowering employees for a world of hybrid work in the office, at home and everywhere in between, on any device. Advanced security and management solutions for hybrid work from Microsoft Surface Katharine Holdsworth, Harshitha Murthy, Nazmus Sakib Discover the latest innovation in security from Microsoft Surface, ranging from hardware security advancement through Pluton to software improvements through Secured Core PC and advanced Windows 11 security features. Learn how Surface and Windows enable modern management to support employee productivity while keeping your organization secure.

There’s more to explore at the Microsoft Technical Takeoff

Text information about the Technical Takeoff along with a graphic of an airplane taking off Join us Oct. 24-27 on the Microsoft Tech Community for four days of deep dives, demos and Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) sessions. The Microsoft Technical Takeoff is your chance to learn from the engineering PMs building Windows, Windows 365, Microsoft Intune and Azure Virtual Desktop—and engage in live Q&A to get the answers you need to move your business and IT strategies forward. No registration is required. Simply visit https://aka.ms/TechnicalTakeoff and add sessions to your calendar. Or, for the best experience, sign in to (or sign up with) the Tech Community and RSVP. Not only will you save your spot and receive event reminders, you’ll also be able to participate in live Q&A during every session. Can’t attend at the session times provided? We’ve got you covered. All sessions will be available on demand shortly after airing. Engineering leaders John Cable, Ramya Chitrakar and Steve Dispensa will kick off the event at 7 a.m. PT on Oct. 24 with Let’s talk Windows and Intune – we hope to see you there!

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