Registration opens for Microsoft's Windows Insider Program for Business

Following up on its reveal in February, Microsoft has now opened up registration (via ZDNet) for its Windows Insider Program for Business. Open to IT professionals, Microsoft hopes to leverage the program to gain more of an insight into the needs of enterprise users as builds are being tested.

Registration opens for Microsoft's Windows Insider Program for Business

From Microsoft:

The Windows Insider Program for Business is for IT Professionals, like yourself, who are shaping the future of technology for your organization. Now you can incorporate Insider Preview builds into your deployment plans using your corporate credentials, deepen connections with the IT Pro community, collect feedback within your organization, and increase the visibility of yours and your organization's feedback-especially on features that support your productivity and business needs. Together we can resolve blocking or critical issues to better support your organization's needs sooner.

The Windows Insider program as it exists is already open to everyone, but the move to silo corporate users should help to bring more light to business-centric concerns during testing.

Anyone looking to participate in the Windows Insider for Business program can now sign up with their Azure Active Directory corporate credentials. Builds will presumably start shipping once Microsoft begins testing its next big feature update, codenamed Redstone 3.

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