Do you use Windows Intune today, or have plans for using it in the future? It seems that most of you are considering the advantages that Intune offers so if you’d like the opportunity to influence the direction we take with Windows Intune, or if you'd like to have a deeper, longer term engagement with the Windows Intune team, then they have just the opportunity for you:
What are the top things on your Windows Intune wish list? Do you want to be able to manage devices other than Windows PCs? Are there changes in the way you work in the Administrator Console that would make your life easier? Would you like to see Windows Intune add other features beyond desktop management? What new features and capabilities would make Windows Intune a winning solution for you? This is your opportunity to influence the direction we take with Windows Intune. As always, your feedback is welcome...you can submit it here….
For all the details and a link to the survey see Windows Intune and Beyond on the Windows Intune Team blog.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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