Non-persistent in Windows 10 / Windows Server 2016 is going to be a real challenge. Profiles will be really hard to manage without a UEM product. Layering for profiles might get a boost.
Owww come on Chris, teach us the power of rule #34
Customers still like GUI's
This was fun guys, talk to you again soon :-)
Do you think many organisations will use Windows 10 LTSB updates or CCB updates. What's everyone planning to use
Unidesk has been early adopter of Windows 10 supporte, but I belive that much of the feature set here will be moved into Azure AD in terms of profile management
Windows 8/8.1 isn't bad, per se. I think it has more to do with refresh cycles than good/bad. Windows 7 is getting long in the tooth.
Spinning off the NetScaler is not part of the current strategy as far as the articles go