Microsoft wants Windows 10 to be a big success in both consumer and business markets. Now, the enterprise-based company Workspot has announced it has added for Windows 10 and Surface Pro tablets to its service.
Workspot’s solution allows IT admins to deliver applications to devices inside one workspace. The company stated:
“With users now driving the upgrade to Windows 10 and Microsoft’s accelerated rate of release, IT has more pressure to quickly formulate a Windows 10 rollout strategy. Workspot’s new added support helps IT deliver apps and data to any Windows 10 device without creating a complex strategy. Workspot now provides a workspace supported for managed and unmanaged BYOD devices running Windows 10, 8, or 7, so IT can now mix and match how they choose to deliver Windows application from RDS Windows Server 2008 and 2012 and legacy VDI. All while the experience is seamless to the user.”
The Surface Pro support should also be helpful, as third party PC makers like Dell and HP recently announced they would sell Microsoft’s tablet line to business users. Workspot says:
“Previously rendered unusable, Surface Pro’s high resolution isn’t compatible with some existing enterprise applications, especially those published through Microsoft’s RDS. Workspot provides easy onboarding of all Windows products and an enterprise workspace for every device and OS.”