Windows 10 not only promises to bring for its consumers some copious numbers of features, there are plenty of features waiting for users who are on the administrative domain. Microsoft had informed us that a cornucopia of features will be incorporated that would relieve the users and help them have a flawless working experience. This obviously includes the detailed Windows 10 management capabilities. Microsoft will be integrating compatibility to use Azure Active Directory with Windows 10. Users can Devices can be connected to Azure AD, login to Windows with Azure AD accounts or add their Azure ID to gain access to business apps and resources.
According to Microsoft:
From a device management perspective, we added support in Windows 8.1 for mobile device management (MDM), allowing IT professionals to use the same lightweight management technique with desktops, laptops, and tablets as they use for Windows Phone and other mobile devices. The capabilities provided in Windows 8.1 were focused primarily on bring your own device (BYOD) scenarios. With Windows 10, we’ll extend MDM support in order to better manage corporate-owned devices, supporting the configuration of Enterprise Data Protection policies, support for managing multiple users, full control over the Windows Store, VPN configuration, full device wipe capabilities, and much more.
With Windows 10, we also allow for choice between Active Directory, Group Policy, and System Center Configuration Manager for corporate-owned devices that are frequently connected to the corporate network, or Azure Active Directory and MDM for devices that are typically mobile and internet-connected.