Attempting to take advantage of content found elsewhere and then reorganizing it in a central location himself, my good friend and Microsoft MVP Cliff Hobbs founded the FAQShop a few years after myITforum came to fruition. FAQShop has been through a few iterations along the way including a recent jaunt into the world of supplying the […]
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Microsoft has been putting a lot of effort into its Operations Management Suite (OMS) since it delivered demos to the press at Ignite 2015. Over the course of the last year the company has developed new dashboards that help expose new functional process and services that literally tie on-premises and the Microsoft cloud together. With […]
During Microsoft’s Windows Server 2016 launch announcement at Microsoft Ignite, the company promised to make available the evaluation edition of the latest server product to allow companies to start testing. That evaluation edition is now available on MSDN here: Windows Server 2016 The eval edition is full-featured but limited to 180 days. Microsoft is using […]
At Ignite, Microsoft announced the availability of System Center 2016. But, with that big announcement some of the smaller, but also important, announcement got lost in the shuffle. One of those is that the public preview for the OMS Gateway is now also available. Description: The OMS Gateway enables customers send data to a central […]
During the 1st day of Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft announced the public availability of System Center 2016. For those wanting to prod and test the new product now, the evaluation versions are already available for download. Here they are: System Center 2016 Orchestrator – Evaluation (VHD) System Center 2016 Operations Manager – Evaluation (VHD) System Center […]
Some of you may have caught this during the actual recent event, but System Center Universe Europe edition has now been renamed to Experts Live Europe and will become part of a network of events that deliver one-day per country and then spanning countries and calendars with a lead-up to a multi-day regional events. One […]
Part of an ongoing series, we’re highlighting the excellent speakers we have handpicked to present phenomenal and extremely valuable content at the IT/Dev Connections conference. Want more? Get the Insider’s Scoop About IT/Dev Connections 2016 on September 8!
Part of an ongoing series, we’re highlighting the excellent speakers we have handpicked to present phenomenal and extremely valuable content at the IT/Dev Connections conference.
With much fanfare, we’re ready to announce the official 2016 version of the IT/Dev Connections session catalog! To review the 221 sessions currently posted (more are coming!), jump out to the IT/Dev Connections web site (http://itdevconnections.com), tap or click the Our Content menu item, and then choose Session Catalog.
Cireson has a habit of releasing some seriously awesome goodness as freebies. Today, the company has released a new tool called User Device Affinity for Configuration Manager. According to the press release, this tool allows you to… View existing user-to-device relationships Associate new users to existing devices Remove users from existing devices Add new devices […]
Microsoft IT recently used the in-console update feature for Configuration Manager to refresh its entire hierarchy. There are approximately 210,000 users at Microsoft with 350,000 client PCs and 65,000 mobile devices that we manage using a hybrid configuration of Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune. The update was completed in about 12 hours with no additional […]
Get all your burning questions about System Center Configuration Manager ready, because the ConfigMgr team at Microsoft will be hosting a 4-hour Q&A on Reddit next week. The subreddit is located at http://reddit.com/r/sccm and the Q&A will run from 1:00 – 5:00 PM PST on June 29. Full details here: Live Q&A with ConfigMgr Incidentally, […]