Windows 10 to be the Last Version of Windows


At the company’s recent Ignite event, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 10 will be the last version of the Windows. Microsoft plans to update the Operating System in an incremental manner going forward. Rather than building a new version of Windows every few years as they had done in the past, Microsoft will most likely push periodic updates to make improvements, add functionality, and as time passes, change the Operating System.  Microsoft has the idea of seeing “Windows as a service” and a Microsoft spokesperson told the Verge that, “recent comments at Ignite about Windows 10 are reflective of the way Windows will be delivered as a service bringing new innovations and updates in an ongoing manner, with continuous value for our consumer and business customers.”

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News from Microsoft Ignite 2015



Microsoft Ignite 2015 took place in Chicago this week. Branded as the largest comprehensive technology event, the agenda was packed with keynote speakers, hands on labs, breakout sessions, and certification testing.

Microsoft also used the Ignite event as an opportunity to share exciting announcements including:

  • Office 2016 Public Preview is now available!
  • Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge browser updates
  • Organizational analytics will be offered inside of Office Delve
  • Public preview of SQL Server 2016 coming this summer
  • Operations Management Suite: new cloud-based software for keeping track of server infrastructure across multiple clouds and in companies’ on-premises data centers that will perform tasks including logging analytics, automating operations, replication, and security monitoring
  • Azure Stack: next-generation hybrid cloud software that will offer Microsoft’s infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) cloud technologies for companies’ existing on-premises data centers

Learn more and check out the 5 Most Important Announcements at Ignite According to Partners