Microsoft has just launched their new Windows Store for Business, which is available in the Windows 10 November update, and allows businesses, IT decision makers, and administrators to find, acquire, manage, and distribute Windows apps. Businesses can also invite developers to create line-of-business apps for their business. Businesses can also acquire multiple or single licenses for apps as well. Here’s some of what the new Windows Store for Business offers:
- Quickly and easily find the right apps for your teams. Acquire apps individually or in volume.
- Manage your organization’s inventory of apps in one place. You can assign, reclaim, or re-assign licenses as well as control updates.
- Choose from scalable distribution options.
- Using accounts assigned by your organization, directly provide apps to individuals and groups, or let employees find apps in your private store.
- Connect your management server for more options.
People who are interested in the Windows Store for Business can learn more or sign up for an account here.
What do you think of the new Windows Store for business? Do you think it’s useful for your business? Let us know what you think in the comments below!Further reading: Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows Store, Windows Store for Business