Simon May

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  • Blog Post: System Center Configuration Manager, Windows Intune and Managing iOS: What’s New?

    In this episode of the Edge show I’m joined by Martin Booth from the Server and Tools Marketing group to take a look at the new features that just shipped to Windows Intune stand alone and unified management experience with Config Manager. We look at iOS management and take a quick look at the road map...
  • Blog Post: Getting to know Windows Intune part 2

    In part one I gave a brief overview the Updates features of Windows Intune and of what Intune does as a whole and why infrastructure free management is cool.  Now we’ll skim through the other features… Lets take a look: Malware protection To understand how malware protection works I infected my...
  • Blog Post: Windows Intune Update Management

        The Intune team are producing some really handy little videos on how to “tune” various aspects of Windows Intune, that is how to get the best out them.  This latest video explains how to get more from update management, filtering which updates are visible to your clients. The Windows...
  • Blog Post: The Deployment Sessions-003: How to Connect Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 to Windows Intune to Enable Mobile Device Management Including Windows RT devices

    System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 can be connected to Windows Intune to enable mobile device management of Windows RT, Windows Phone, iOS and Android devices. This is a great solution because these types of devices expect an “always on” connection to the Internet and Windows Intune provides...
  • Blog Post: The Deployment Sessions–007: How To Sideload on Windows 8 Enterprise from Windows Intune

    In this Deployment Sessions video I take a look at how to use Windows Intune to Sideload a Windows 8 app or Appx package (formerly metro app) onto a Windows 8 Enterprise device. Sideloading is the process of taking the appx package form the developer and loading the app onto the device without submitting...
  • Blog Post: IPExpo wrap up

    Things have been quiet here for a couple of days whilst we were at IPExpo and interesting conference with a tangential subject line up but one that creates great conversations.  I know the talk was great ‘cos I’m drinking lemon tea to help ease my throat…where are my herbal sweets?  We had...
  • Blog Post: The Deployment Sessions-008: Deeplinking a Windows Store & Installing on Windows 8 Using Windows Intune

    In this deployment sessions video I take a look at the Deeplinkin g process using Windows Intune to install an app on Windows 8 . The deeplinking process essentially lets you place apps from the Windows Store in your own company store, or Company Portal – essentially letting you curate the best Windows...
  • Blog Post: Managing from the cloud with Windows Intune

    Securing and managing the devices that users take for granted when accessing the cloud is top of mind for IT Professionals everywhere and there are lots of solutions to make things more secure. What about desktops PCs? Everyone in the desktop world is accustomed to managing, patching, remote controlling...
  • Blog Post: The Deployment Sessions–006: Sideloading on Windows RT with Windows Intune

    So far in this series we’ve looked at Sideloading and deeplinking apps using System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 and Windows Intune linked together. In this and the next few videos we’ll take a look at using Windows Intune only, in isolation from Configuration Manager. This will be the preferred...
  • Blog Post: Getting to know Windows Intune

    Before we get into this it’s very important to note that Windows Intune is in Beta and things will change. It will still be very cool though… Managing the Windows PCs in your business is essential if you want to have happy users and want to reduce the threats posed by missed updates,...
  • Blog Post: Windows Intune install in under 4 minutes

    A couple of days ago I gave one of our customers a tour of Windows Intune and they were blown away with how simple it was to install and configure on clients.  By blown away I mean they kept me talking about it for about 15 minutes…which considering there’s nothing to talk about (it just works)...
  • Blog Post: The Deployment Sessions-009: Deeplinking a Windows Store app on Windows RT from Windows Intune

    In this deployment sessions video I take a look at the Deeplinking process using Windows Intune to install an app on Windows RT . The deeplinking process essentially lets you place apps from the Windows Store in your own company store, or Company Portal – essentially letting you curate the best Windows...