No More Patch Tuesday?

At Microsoft’s first annual Ignite conference (which replaced the TechEd event that the company had held annually for 22 years), it was revealed that when Windows 10 comes out, Microsoft is planning to change the update system. Instead of releasing a big chunk of updates all at once on a pre-set date every month, the company plans to make them available to users throughout the month as they’re ready.

How will this impact network admins and users? I can see both good and bad impacts resulting from such a change. Read my take on it here:

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