Simon May

Client and cloud

Simon May

  • Endpoint Zone Episode 4

    In this months edition of The Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson you’ll hear directly from Corporate Vice President, Brad Anderson (that means he runs engineering) about the biggest month yet in Microsoft Intune releases. You’ll hear about the Intune Secure Browser, about Exchange On-Prem and Office 365 conditional access and other groundbreaking new features. But that’s not all. I also asks Brad about the General Availability of Azure Remote App and about the new Enterprise Cloud Suite (which super-sets Windows per user licensing, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility Suite.

    Yes, this is the Tech Industries official enterprise mobility talk show.

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  • Endpoint Zone Episode 3

    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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  • Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson, Episode 2

    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:

    • Windows 10 and what it means for enterprise endpoints.
    • Look back at Brad’s time at Gartner Symposium, the worlds largest gathering of CIOs (spoiler: this stuff might affect your career).
    • Brad outlines the key reasons that Microsoft chose to stay out of this round of analysts reports and why he thinks we won’t be away for long (spoiler: strategic solutions).
    • I quiz Brad about when someone should chose Intune standalone over integration with SCCM.
    • Brad and I turn the tables on CITEworld contributor, Ryan Faas, by interviewing him!
    • Brad gives us his thoughts on the what’s coming up (spoiler: TechEd Europe!)

    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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    for all the latest EMM rumblings and the inside track on Enterprise Mobility at Microsoft along with other cool content.

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  • Poll: What are your top mobility challenges?

    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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  • On the road: TechDays in Vilnius, Tallinn, Riga and TechEd Barcelona

    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.

    See and Do

    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.

    On the road: TechDays in Vilnius, Tallinn, Riga and TechEd Barcelona On the road: TechDays in Vilnius, Tallinn, Riga and TechEd Barcelona On the road: TechDays in Vilnius, Tallinn, Riga and TechEd Barcelona

    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.

    On the road: TechDays in Vilnius, Tallinn, Riga and TechEd Barcelona

    Don’t forget to sign up for my ILLs at TechEd Europe, you can find them in the session list.

    • EM-IL200 Introduction to Cloud-Based Mobile Device Management with Intune
    • EM-IL300 Deploying Windows 8.1 to Bare Metal Clients Using System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager
    • EM-IL302 Introduction to Unified Device Management with Intune and System Center Configuration Manager (this will be the first time we’ve done a lab like this at TechEd!)

    What I’m Packing

    Aside from that the core kit that’s going into my tech bag / pockets includes:

    • Surface Pro 3
    • Nokia Lumia 930 (just got it, wow it’s nice)
    • Lenovo X1
    • Arc Mouse
    • TP-Link Pocket Router (with so many geeks in the house hotel WiFi will just die)
    • Lenovo 5000mAh mobile battery
    • Nokia mobile battery
    • Lots of wires and adapters
    • Beats headphones and Jambox
    • iPad Air
    • iPad Mini
    • Dell Venu8 Pro
    • Nomad Charge Card (this thing is always in my wallet!)

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