For quite some time I was thinking about one sentence Satya shared with the world “Our industry does not respect tradition – it only respects innovation”. I really believe that this is true. While in the past IT Professionals were asked to maintain servers, desktops or networks it’s now the time where we are considered as enablers for the users.
This can be achieved by for example evaluating and deploying solutions which enables collaboration, by using cloud services to gain higher availability or providing unified manageability to enable BYOD.
What can you expect on this blog?
My promise to you is that this blog will help you to understand how to evaluate and deploy solutions which will influence the digital work and user productivity of your users. This could be from how to deploy Windows To Go, over to how to test Yammer and even how to manage Devices users bring to work – all this combined with real field experience gained through many Microsoft Premier Support engagements.
What is in the pipeline?
How companies in all industries are enabling kiosk mode in Windows Phone to lock down the devices for a single purpose
Enabling users to travel light with Windows To Go
How to get started with Enterprise Social with Yammer
I would like to finish this very 1st blog post with one more quote of Satya: “Productive people and organizations are the primary drivers of individual fulfilment and economic growth and we need to do everything to make the experiences and platforms that enable this ubiquitous.”
These are some very relevant topics. I really like to see you blogging about solutions to problems, not products and technologies. Looking forward to your next posts!
This is very interesting. Looking forward reading more. Big fan of your TechEd presentations.
PCIT is a key driver this year for our company. Thanks for starting this blog.
Can't agree more and I promise to be a frequent visitor of this blog
Hi this is Collin from South Africa... We had met at the airport in Johannesburg. Thanks for the ideas around travel light.