UserVoice.com is a popular feedback and suggestion service and it appears that it has worked so well for the Windows Insiders program and the many others (like Cortana and Xbox) that Microsoft is starting to push additional products to the feedback forums. The company has now created UserVoice forums specifically for System Center Configuration Manager […]
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Introduced with SMS 2003, and still downloadable from Microsoft, it is used widely in organizations everywhere for creating quick tools, automated solutions, and customizing software installations. While it’s still downloadable, Microsoft has stopped developing the product any further. It would behoove the company to open source SMS Installer, to allow the community to push forward […]
Our dev folks have been working on a refresh for myITforum (the site), and while it will continually be a work in progress (lots of new features on the roadmap), they are close to finalizing the first release. But, to ensure what the team has imagined aligns with your needs, they are asking for volunteers […]
With a couple big Microsoft events under our belts already this year, it’s time to set our focus to the other side of IT event offerings, specifically the deep-dive, valuable, and community infused conferences. At BUILD 2015 we were inundated with upcoming technologies through a litany of proposed product announcements, and then most of those […]
As promised, Microsoft is making service packs available for System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 and Configuration Manager 2012.
System Center Configuration Manager 2016 will get two different releases in a short time frame.
Set to release shortly after Windows 10, System Center Configuration Manager 2016 will include product update capabilities similar to Microsoft Intune.
Q. How can I download the Office 365 click-to-run so I can deploy using local deployment capabilities?
Microsoft’s new conference, Ignite, has officially sold out to general attendees.
As in previous years, we’re looking to gather all the best Tweeters to help provide extra value for those attending TechEd and those who are not able to attend this year. As you probably already know, myITforum runs a very successful community event (among other community events), called the Twitter Army, at Microsoft conferences. The intent […]
Kent Agerlund, a long time myITforum’er and ConfigMgr MVP, has written up a good piece on the top 5 features that SP1 brought to ConfigMgr 2012. Included in the list is the support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, Windows PowerShell, and platform and infrastructure changes. Read the full article: Top 5 Features in […]
In addition to streaming Brad Anderson’s keynote from TechEd 2013, there are a few, select sessions that will also be made available for live streaming throughout the event week. The following table lists the sessions that you can watch live, sitting at your desk at work. They will all be streamed from the Channel 9 […]