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In case you don’t already know - I’m a fan of Windows Intune. One advantage of Cloud Services and Software As A Service is the speed at which new updates can come around and be available for deployment to YOUR clients – on YOUR schedule. No longer do you have to do massive changes to your back end servers to make new functionality available to your clients… The provider (in this case Us – Microsoft) does the heavy lifting for you – and gives you choice on when you adopt the new services.
Case in point – the next revision of Windows Intune is now available in BETA form for testing in your environment. You can go to the Windows Intune Springboard site to get more specific details on the signup process – and the gotch’yas. (Main one – it’s a BETA – so software can’t co-exist with production installs of Windows Intune V1).
From the blog post – here are the highlights on the improvements with this Beta release.
Better Hardware Reporting and Filters
Third Party License Management
User Interface Enhancements
Improvements to Alerts Workspace
Support for images
Go check it out! Great options for your small business customers and even friends and family members.