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.
In the upcoming Preview, Office 365 will get new, integrated deployment features specific to System Center Configuration Manager.
Embedded in a podcast discussion about how Microsoft utilizes Configuration Manager 2012 internally, the company released hints for the next version of the product.
If you can only attend one technology conference this year, IT/Dev Connections 2015 could possibly your best bet.
Microsoft is hosting a survey to get customer feedback on the ways Microsoft Intune documentation should be presented.
myITforum community’s very own Daniel Ratliff will be presenting at a Lunch and Learn on Friday, March 20th (11:30 AM – 1:30 PM). While enjoying a delicious meal you will hear from Daniel Ratliff, Technology Architect, for a national health insurance provider. Daniel has been in IT for ten years with a current focus on Windows Client Administration. He has...
A new book offering covers managing corporate PCs and devices using System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.
Announcing new features for February, Microsoft has now also stated its official plan for updating new features for Microsoft Intune.
The first book available that covers Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite will ship in April. You can pre-order now.
Free is always good, particularly when the offering is valuable. I was clued in to a new tool that released yesterday. Called WMI Explorer (or, WMIX for short), the new tool allows IT administrators to use a safe and intuitive interface to work with WMI.
Due to family health issues last year, I was absent from the 2014 System Center Universe. I sorely missed it. I was still able to keep tabs over social media and such, but it wasn’t exactly the same as being there, and of course, watching the comments about awesome sessions and community activities only made me pine for being there...