The User Centric Management (UCM) features in System Center 2012 can dramatically improve how IT Professionals plan software deployments and application management in our new consumerized business world. UCM offers users an unprecedented level of control over how and when their software installations occur. Users can now self-select their primary systems, perform on-demand installations, plus schedule, request, and track activities via the new self-service Application Catalog.
To learn a bit more about how you can begin leveraging UCM in System Center 2012 today ...
System Center UCM Roadshow - May 21st to May 24th
In addition, this month Microsoft and Bennett Adelson are jointly delivering a series of System Center 2012 Roadshow events at Microsoft offices in Columbus, Cleveland and Detroit on May 21st - May 24th. This is a great opportunity to hear more about UCM, network with other IT Pros that are interested in UCM and get answers to your questions! For details and registration, please use this link: http://www.bennettadelson.com/ComingEvents.aspx.
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Keith Mayer is a Senior Technical Architect at Microsoft, focused on helping ISV partners leverage the Azure cloud platform. Keith has over 20 years of experience as a technical leader of complex IT projects, in diverse roles, such as Network Engineer, IT Manager, Technical Instructor and Consultant. He has consulted and trained thousands of customers and partners worldwide on design of enterprise technology solutions.
Keith is currently certified on several Microsoft technologies, including Azure, Private Cloud, System Center, Hyper-V, Windows, Windows Server, SharePoint, SQL Server and Exchange. He also holds other industry certifications from VMware, IBM, Cisco, Citrix, HP, CheckPoint, CompTIA and Interwoven.
You can contact Keith online at http://aka.ms/AskKeith.