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What’s New in Windows® 8.1 for IT Professionals

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Microsoft released Windows 8 to bring a modern computing experience to businesses and to help professionals stay connected to their colleagues and clients from anywhere, anytime. Windows 8.1 advances this vision and introduces new manageability, mobility, security, user experience and networking capabilities–with the goal of offering customers the best business tablets and versatile modern business PCs driven by the most powerful operating system designed for today’s modern businesses. The course covers the new and updated features in Windows 8.1 with regard to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenarios, mobility, security, and the modern user interface.

Instructors | Ed Bott – Author and ZDNet Blogger; Ben Hunter – Microsoft Senior Technical Product Manager; Fred Pullen – Microsoft Senior Technical Product Manager; Chris Hallum – Microsoft Senior Technical Product Manager; Michael Niehaus – Microsoft Senior Technical Product Manager; Michael Raymond – Microsoft Software Development Engineer; Martin Booth – Microsoft Senior Technical Product Manager

Associated Courses | 20687: Configuring Windows 8.1; 20688: Supporting Windows 8.1; 10747: Administering System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

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04 | What’s New in Windows 8.1: Mobility
9 Points -  Level 200
01 | What’s New in Windows 8.1: Overview
02 | What’s New in Windows 8.1: Security
03 | What’s New in Windows 8.1: Deploymen...
04 | What’s New in Windows 8.1: Mobility
04 | What’s New in Windows 8.1: Mobility
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Ed Bott and Michael Niehaus
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Ed Bott and Michael Raymond
05 | What’s New in Windows 8.1 and Window...

About this Module

This module provides an overview of the latest in Windows 8.1 mobility and connectivity. See how new features, such as Native Miracast Wireless Display, allow you to display wirelessly by pairing a Miracast-enabled display and Miracast to project your work across Wi-Fi. The module also addresses enhanced support for a wider range of VPN clients and enhancements to Windows To Go for Windows 8.1, among other topics.

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