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ITSUP-108 Final Project

The first feature on the latest Windows 10 updates I choose is Windows Defender ATP, a combined platform for preventative protection, post-breach detection, automated investigation, and response to advanced threats. In addition, they will detect network attacks and data beaches, and give you the insights and tools to close incidents quickly. Their priority is security and data privacy. This platform is responsible to help stop breaches to use the following combination of technology built into Windows 10 and Microsoft’s strong cloud service. There are 7 different topics and I will pick Integration with Microsoft Cloud App Security. It means that gives visibility into cloud apps and services by allowing you to control and limit access to cloud apps while applying compliance requirements on data stored in the cloud. The second features I will discuss about Windows Security Center (WSC), the app has 7 areas: Virus & threat protection, Account protection, Firewall & network protection, App & browser control, Device security, Device performance & health, and Family options. WSC allows you to monitor the malware protection, scan your device for threats, and lets you manage all your security needs including Windows Defender Antivirus and Windows Defender Firewall only available on Windows 10. This is an anti-spyware program not an anti-virus program though. Before going into the app, you are required to have antivirus products to run as a protected process to register. For myself, I typically scan my laptop for viruses and threats once or 2 times a week to help my laptop combat malware. Here what I did with it, I need to type Windows Defender in the searchbar...

Class 13 – 14: Final Project

What's new in the Windows 10 Update – 1709? Let's take a look and see what features Microsoft have recently added that might have helped improve the experience of their users. When we look at Windows Autopilot, we can see that Microsoft intends to streamline the capacity for businesses and services to simplify their imaging process. If you're a system administrator, and have to manage a large amount of machines, this service enables you to standardize the process of configuring them. This service could be a great boon to an employee who wants to reduce their workload, but not sacrifice precision. Although this feature is new, it perhaps could be expanded on to be an extremely useful tool for businesses in the future. Moving on, we see Windows 10 Subscription Activation as a recently added feature. This feature will enable an administrator to seamlessly distribute the Windows 10 Enterprise version to his fellow employees. This feature removes the necessity of activation keys, and does not require that you reboot the machine which you apply this service. Another feature of Windows Autopilot is Autopilot Reset. Autopilot Reset is a feature that allows you to restore a machine to a its factory state, or what you desire to be your default standardized settings. This could be useful if you needed to clean a machine of harmful malware, or unnecessary files. WUfB now has controls available that allow you to manage the Windows Insider Program, which enables you to distribute insider builds and preview related content more flexibly to users. When the duration of the preview is completed, this interface will allow...