Microsoft Announces ‘Windows Insider Program For Business’ Which Takes The Windows 10 Testing In A Corporate Environment
Microsoft has always believed that testing Windows 10 by IT professionals is critical to its success. With that in mind, the company announces its latest initiative titled "Windows Insider Program for Business," or WIP4Biz, which is aimed directly to corporate environments.
According to Tech Radar, the said initiative was announced at the Ignite Australia conference. Bill Karagounis, insider program/technologies at Microsoft, cited that the program aims to make Insider builds easier to deploy in a corporate setting. It's very important for the company for IT professionals to give significant feedbacks to its software.
The goals of Microsoft with this program are the ability to test the latest commercial features and migrates the business workflows to pre-release software. A reddit-style system will also be introduced so that commercial users may share the most important issues that need to be fixed from their perspective. In addition, Microsoft is looking to push the benefits of the latest Windows features to businesses.
The report noted that it should be expected that there will be dedicated WIP4Biz blogs and forums, surveys looking for the opinions of IT professionals on Windows 10 and other documentations when preview builds of the operating system are released.
The release date of the initiative has not been released as of this time. However, the company is planning to gradually roll out the same over the coming months.
Moreover, Microsoft introduced a new offer a month ago that would allow Windows subscribers with the Cloud Solution Provider scheme to upgrade their previous Windows versions to Windows 10 free of charge.
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