Hi SCCM experts,
As you might have seen, SCCM 1602 has been released on March 11th 2016.
You will find the official announcement here: SCCM Official Blog Annoucement
You will find details about what’s new in SCCM 1602 here: What’s new in SCCM 1602
To install the 1602, the prerequisite is to have SCCM 1511 running. The latest 1602 is made available directly through the SCCM console under the “Updates and Servicing” node.
You will also find an excellent upgrade guide made by one of our PFE here: SCCM 1511 to 1602 Upgrade Walkthrough
A lot of the new features require an Intune subscription linked to SCCM. For example, if you want to use the new Conditional Access to O365 for PCs managed by SCCM agent, you will need to have an Intune subscription configured in SCCM. You will notice that Microsoft Intune will become more and more crucial in many Windows 10 management scenarios where cloud solutions access security becomes an important part of it 🙂