When you upgrade a notebook computer or a smartphone device, do you really want to think about how that gets accomplished? Most users don’t but we know IT Professionals and Developers do, so we are providing more information on the products we are engineering to support our Cloud OS vision.
This week, Microsoft VP Brad Anderson examines a few examples of holistic end-to-end customer scenarios that are a result of our cross-company collaboration in blog post “People-centric IT In Action – End-to-End Scenarios Across Products”. Specifically, he looks at:
Each of these three examples combine and maximize capabilities from across Windows, Windows Server, System Center and Windows Intune.
This is a relatively long and technical blog post with a lot of example screen shots. Stick with it, there is a lot of information in the article. For those of you that haven’t downloaded the R2 Preview wave of products, this will be a good way to get somewhat acclimated to the new techniques and new device support.
And for those of you interested in downloading some of the products and trying them, here are some resources to help you:
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