Microsoft’s Management Summit 2011 is in full swing and there have been some exciting happenings.

 

Today in his Day 2 keynote, Brad Anderson announced the general availability of Windows Intune, which helps businesses manage and secure PCs through the cloud, while providing upgrade rights to Windows 7 Enterprise. 

 

He also announced availability of the System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Beta 2, which provides IT organizations with a unified management and security solution to empower user productivity from anywhere, on a broader choice of devices.  

 

Both solutions are part of Microsoft’s efforts to help IT organizations manage the proliferation and variety of devices in the enterprise. To learn more about Intune and other Windows news, visit the Windows For Your Business blog, or check the Cloud Virtual Press Room for access to the on-demand keynote video from Day 1.

 

Continue to follow the summit conversation at @STBNewsBytes on Twitter and using the #MMS2011 hashtag. Check in to STB News Bytes throughout the rest of the event for additional insights from the STB team.