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Not Magic, but Feels Like It

Windows Autopilot1 simplifies the way devices get deployed, reset and repurposed, with an experience that is zero-touch for IT.

Hybrid Work Calls for a New Way to Deploy Devices

Provisioning devices has become increasingly complex and time consuming with the rise of remote and hybrid work. Autopilot provides a solution whether you have one device upload or thousands. Take the burden off your teams with Windows Autopilot and CDW.

73% of employees want flexible remote work options to stay.2

60% of firms with a majority of remote workers say they spend considerable time packaging and shipping devices.3

20% of IT professionals’ time is spent just on imaging devices.3

Modernize Deployment with Windows Autopilot

Windows Autopilot is a collection of technologies used to set up and pre-configure new devices, getting them ready for productive use.

How Windows Autopilot Works

A company purchases new Windows Pro devices for deployment with Windows Autopilot, then CDW registers them.

CDW creates and assigns setup and configuration profiles for the company’s team. Then we ship them directly to employees.

The employees receive and unbox their new devices, connect to the internet and sign in.

Devices seamlessly download employee's settings and apps. CDW handles ongoing device management.

Ready to Go Out of the Box

These brands ship devices with Windows Autopilot, powered by Intel vPro®, an Intel Evo™ design.. When you purchase from them, your employees receive devices ready to go, just by signing in, with no help needed from IT.

Start saving time — a lot of time

See how Windows Autopilot through CDW can optimize device deployment for a hybrid workplace.

Call 800.800.4239 to contact us about Windows Autopilot now.

1. Requires Azure Active Directory Premium for automatic MDM enrollment and custom company branding.

2. “Work Trend Index: 2021 Annual Report”, Microsoft, March 2021.

3. A commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Microsoft, 2020.

4. “Save Admin Time and Put New Systems in Your Users’ Hands Sooner with Windows Autopilot,” Principled Technologies, December 2021.