In this edition of the Endpoint Zone Brad Anderson discusses three game changing announcements around Office 365 integration with Microsoft Intune, native instrumentation of Microsoft Office apps for Microsoft Intune management and <something else> and Brad and Simon interview Patrick Wirtz, Innovation Manager at the Walsh group – a Microsoft Intune customer – who explains why they chose Intune and what more they plan on doing with Enterprise Mobility Suite.
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Brad and I talk about the last month in enterprise mobility in the second episode of The Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson. If you don’t know Brad is CVP Enterprise Mobility and Client Management at Microsoft and he’s tasked with delivering Microsoft Enterprise Mobility vision through the solutions his team develops.
In this episode Brad and I talk about:
Don’t forget to give Brad and Simon your feedback in the comments. They got some amazing feedback last time from some very interesting people, this time give us some captions for the freeze frame at the start of the video.
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Hey folks, I’m working on an upcoming post and I’d really like to get some feedback from you. I’ve already asked this on Twitter before and I have a pretty good idea from talking to people all over the world but: What are your top 5 mobility challenges? Let me know in the comments and in a future post I’ll explain how we can help solve them with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite.
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Over the next few weeks I’m going to be on the road, and in the air a lot so I’m just getting all my tech prepped to be able to show things off and keep myself fully productive while I’m on the go. Here’s what I’m doing and what I’m taking.
First up I’m doing the Baltics TechDay tour and it’s my first time in all these places, so be nice. I know what we’ve got planned but, I’ll be honest, I really can’t tell you what the websites say. Each one is linked below so if you’re local be sure to get there…it’s going to be epic! Personally I’m doing the keynote with Symon Perriman and I’m presenting sessions on using mobility with Office 365 and on Windows. Check events out at the links below.
Then I’m off top TechEd Europe in Barcelona. I’ve been looking forward to this one for a long time and I’m hoping to meet up with lots of people from the UK and elsewhere. I’ll obviously be manning the Channel 9 live stage, and therefore streaming live to those on the stream but I have some sessions as well.
Don’t forget to sign up for my ILLs at TechEd Europe, you can find them in the session list.
Aside from that the core kit that’s going into my tech bag / pockets includes:
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A couple of weeks ago I sat myself in a darkened room, setup a mic (actually a LiveCam HD) and entered the fun world of the PowerScripting podcast. Before I did I checked out some previous episodes to see what I was getting myself into…turns out I was getting myself into an hour fun!
Check out the Podcast here, get it in your favorite app and start playing it while you’re driving. I can’t promise that you’ll learn much but you should have some fun. You can also hang out and play it above.
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