Navigate hybrid work and learning with the most advanced Windows OS
Available from Autumn 2021, Windows 11 will be shipped with eligible new devices. The software is also free to download and install on compatible devices. Monthly quality updates will be issued, and yearly feature updates will also be released.
What is Windows 11?
Simply put Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10 and is built on the same core architecture. It comes with new visual and layout changes with the user experience front and centre. Users will immediately notice big changes to the Start menu, taskbar and Settings controls, and a much-improved Store.
Security is also greatly improved with default hardware-assisted security available via Secure Boot and device encryption which gives users additional protection against cyberattacks.
Stay ahead of the hybrid curve with an operating system primed to revolutionise your desktop security, connectivity and productivity
The last 18 months have shifted how we use devices and certainly how we view the office environment. Whether you’re planning on getting your employees back to the physical office or you want to enhance remote working or hybrid model, workforce connectivity is central to success.
Benefits of implementing Windows 11
TPM2.0, Secure boot, virtualisation protection, better encryption
User data is safer by default
Android app support
Full Teams integration
Better virtual desktop support & security
Enhanced desktop customisation
Why switch to Windows 11?
Now might be the right time to switch, if you:
- Are refreshing your hardware or buying new hardware in bulk?
- Have security concerns with your current desktop deployments?
- Experienced upgrade issues with Windows 10
- Want to improve your desktop virtualisation security?
- Use Android apps?
- Have high-security environments?
Preparing your organisation for Windows 11
The Microsoft published system requirements for Windows 11 are:
- Processor: 1GHz or faster with two or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or system on a chip (SoC)
- RAM: minimum 4GB
- Storage: at least 64GB of available storage
- Security: UEFI firmware, Secure Boot capable
- Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0
- Graphics card: Compatible with DirectX 12 or later, with a WDDM 2.0 driver
- Display: High definition (720p) display, 9″ or greater monitor
Management – The Windows 11 operating system is built on the same architecture as Windows 10 and has the same deployment and management tools – for example, MEM or Autopilot – and gives you a better user experience and day-to-day management.
Microsoft Licensing– If your current Windows 10 licensing agreement has Software Assurance then you should be able to take advantage of the new version rights. If your agreement doesn’t have Software Assurance or you are unsure, speak to your Trustmarque Account Manager for further advice.
Why choose Trustmarque?
We have a strong and long-standing relationship with Microsoft, with numerous gold partner accreditations. We are an Advanced Specialisation Partner for Windows Virtual Desktop, Teamwork Development, and Windows and SQL Server Migration, making us one of the UK’s market-leading partners for Microsoft Azure.
The Microsoft Advanced Specialisations are awarded to partners with an existing Microsoft Gold Partner competencies who further demonstrate greater technical capabilities and a deep knowledge of the topic area against a strict criteria.
Our experienced Azure and Modern Workplace teams can provide the Microsoft cloud expertise you need to accelerate your adoption, migration and success across your IT infrastructure, office software, business tools, cyber security, and more.
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