Resources on Servicing the Modern Workplace and WFH

We recently published a bunch of great articles with regards to Servicing Windows and Microsoft Apps for Enterprise (formally known as Office 365 Pro Plus) to help you overcome challenges you might face when it comes to Work from home scenarios.

So as we want our devices stay healthy and secure as well in those remote times I see a lot of customers re-think their current design and also moving to Windows Update for Business.

For this reason I put together a list of resources to help you moving forward and optimize your Servicing approach:

New on Microsoft Learn: Stay current with Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Apps
A calendar approach for keeping the modern workplace up to date
Deploying a new version of Windows 10 in a remote world
Optimize Windows monthly update deployment for remote devices
Transform Windows feature updates with a servicing calendar
Roll out updates faster with the Update Baseline for Windows 10
Real-world practices to optimize Windows 10 update deployments
Optimize on-premises monthly update delivery using the cloud
Office hours: servicing Windows 10 in a remote world
WUfB and Servicing Enhancements with Windows 10 2004
Co-Management of Windows Updates Workloads
Troubleshooting Windows 10 Update Ring Policies
Managing Patch Tuesday with Configuration Manager in a remote work world
Mastering Configuration Manager Bandwidth limitations for VPN connected Clients
Modern Content Distribution: Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Connected Cache
Keeping Windows 10 devices up to date with Microsoft Intune and Windows Update for Business
Configuring Office 365 ProPlus updates for remote workers using VPN
Optimize Office 365 connectivity for remote users using VPN split tunneling