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Over the past couple weeks, we at CANITPRO.NET have been covering aspects of people centric IT (PCIT) enablement through our BYOD Basics series. We feel providing proper tools to enable planning and discussion around BYOD enablement helps organizations properly plan their deployments and ensure their workers are provided the necessary tools to be more effective in field with very little impact on IT. One of these tools has recently been updated and we'd like to ensure IT professionals have the necessary information in order to make proper planning fruitful in enabling people they support.
System Center Configuration Manager, since SP1 with the inclusion of Windows Intune, has become a great tool for IT professionals enabling connected devices such as tablets, smartphones and notebook/desktops. With all these connected devices made available in today's market, it is comforting to know tools possibly already deployed within one's infrastructure. Recently, Microsoft has announced further upgrades in regards to people centric IT (PCIT) enablement and System Center Configuration Manager.
These upgrades include:
Try System Center 2012 R2 today to get a head start in researching enablement of your organization.