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!
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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, […]
Update 1606 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview has been released and provides some new features I think most will welcome. According to Microsoft here’s what’s new: ConfigMgr as a managed installer with Device Guard Cloud Proxy Service Grace period for application and software update deployments Multiple device management points for Windows 10 Anniversary Edition devices […]
The book on the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite, authored by Kent Agerlund and Peter Daalmans has now released in Kindle format. And, if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber the book is completely free to download and read. Find it here: Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite: Planning and Implementation
Sponsored by Flexera and brought to you by the IT/Dev Connections 2016 team, this upcoming virtual conference will be a must attend event. Not only will it give you a good taste of what’s coming for the best education and community conference available (IT/Dev Connections), but you get to learn about Windows 10 in the […]
Just a quick heads-up here. Myself and Rich Linder met yesterday to talk about the real prospect of putting together a combined Systems Management User Group for the Cincinnati/Dayton area appropriately called CinDaySMUG. We have big and aggressive plans, with our first meeting tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July 16, 2016. The good folks at Penton […]
I’m just returning from a wonderful week at the Mall of America attending the 3rd annual Midwest Management Summit. MMSMOA was once again a successful endeavor and those involved in pulling it off should be highly commended. For those that attended and would like to grab all the session files at once, Andrew Johnson has […]
Microsoft has released the third cumulative update for new HTML5 Self Service Portal for Service Manager. If you’ve not applied CU1 or CU2, that’s OK. Since the updates are truly cumulative, you only need to download install CU3 to get current. Available for download here: Update 3 (KB3144617) for System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager […]