Delivered 3 sessions on How to use Windows 10 and Office 365 and digitally transform law firms to Lawyers. In total more than 175 participants attended the sessions and Productivity features of Windows 10 and and Office 365 products such as Exchange Online and SharePoint Online were discussed. The sessions were delivered on the 12th, 16th and 20th of March 2018.
An interactive speaking engagement was delivered for a group of business users on Windows 10 security features such as BitLocker, BitLocker To Go, Windows Hello, Windows Defender, etc. along with on how to communicate and collaborate using Microsoft Teams. The session was attended by 7 Windows users. The session was focused on how to be securely productive in a workplace. The session was delivered on 26th February 2018.
In a mobile first cloud first world, people have started using mobile devices with various operating systems. One such OS is Windows 10. Windows 10 is designed to run on all hardware platforms from Desktops to tablets to Mobile devices. With the increase usage of mobile devices the amount of data/information stored on mobile devices has increased. These data/information range from sensitive corporate information to personal information. In the event that someone loses or misplaces the mobile device which runs Windows 10, how do you find it?
Windows 10 has a feature called Find my device. How do you activate it?
Start => settings =? Update & Security => Find my device
Click on Change and slide the slider to On
If the device is misplaced, to find the device, go to https://account.microsoft.com/devices
Sign in using the Microsoft Account used to login to the device
Scroll down to find the device, if you have multiple devices and click on find my device
It will use Bing maps to find the location of the device and show it in the map
Based on the device, if it’s a Windows phone, you can even erase the content
The latest preview build released by Microsoft for Windows 10 which can be installed by the Windows Insiders has some new features. This would most probably be part of the Redstone 4 Major update target to be released this Spring 2018.
One of the notable enhancement is the Task View feature. Starting for the change of the icon on the task bar.
Once the new Task View icon is clicked, the user interface has changed.
The creation of new desktop (virtual desktop) has been placed at the top left hand corner and a new scroll bar is been incorporated to view the active applications.