No major front-end changes
The CU update stands for its incremental tweaks and behind-the-scenes improvements to important components, such as security as well as updates and privacy.
The update is available to MSDN/TechNet subscribers running the Enterprise, Education, and IoT core edition. Organizations that have the license via Volume License Service Center have been able to update since May 1.
Improvements only in the latest version
Microsoft has a 14-page PDF with all these features detailed and even illustrated. You can download that PDF here. It is obvious that they are adding all of these features only to the most recent version, giving you an incentive to accelerate your Workstation upgrades to the latest revision. Since ransomware can really hit a company hard financially, it may be worth looking at seriously.
Human security always comes first
In a company, it is important to hire a professional IT support company who can monitor, maintain, implement, and support the computer systems. These services undoubtedly save money by preventing downtime caused by various infections and external threats.
Let’s not forget, the first line of defense is the human operating the computer system. It is very important to monitor and proactively protect the computer systems and networks – as well as educate the users of handling suspicious files and links. It just takes some basic knowledge + common sense.
Click here for a complete list of features in the new Windows 10 CU.