Windows security patches and feature updates are a great way to ensure that your users’ devices are better protected from hackers and malware. They also help users be compatible with the latest features or applications and make for good user experience in general.
You should ensure that Windows Updates are set to automatically download and install on all of your devices. You can also use the Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) to choose which updates you want to push to users’ devices and at what time. WSUS is very important for large Windows deployments as it mitigates the chance of bogging down your network when large updates are released. For details check out this guide from Microsoft. You can also manage Windows updates from the System Center Configuration Manager as explained here.