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Microsoft Opens Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise

Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise gives Windows 10 Enterprise customers a platform for testing new features in the build, while allowing Microsoft to gain valuable feedback.


Microsoft has unveiled a new program to aid businesses and allow them to test upcoming Windows 10 Enterprise features. Called the Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise, the program is set up under a virtual corporation called Olympia Corp.

The program is currently open to select Windows Insiders for Business members. Selected users will already be running test versions of Windows 10 Enterprise and will be able to test features Microsoft has in the pipeline for full launch.

Entry to the program is via an email invite, so if you don’t get the email, you’re not in. However, it is also possible to enrol in the pilot by completing this survey. By

By accessing the Olympia Corp., users can preview new features coming to Windows 10 Enterprise. Among the programs getting new features will be Defender Application Guard, Information Protection, Windows Hello for Business, and more.

Other benefits of the Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise are:

  • Office 365: Use your Olympia corporate account to access the latest Office apps including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Windows 10 Enterprise: As part of Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise, you are eligible for an upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise.
  • Provide Feedback: Help shape the future of Windows and give Windows engineering lots of feedback. Try out quests in the Feedback Hub and obtain exclusive badges.

Microsoft Insider Programs

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced the Windows Insider Program for Business. The company announced the program at ignite Australia and it acts in a similar way to other Insider programs. Furthermore, the program will also connect with IT Pros and businesses to help them deploy Insider builds throughout an organization.

Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise is an extension of this concept, with added abilities for members.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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