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(1) System Center Service Manager (a CTP in 60 days, beta by end of the year) will provide IT organizations an integrated process framework that can help them orchestrate process, knowledge and workflows making it easier to manage compliance. SC Service Manager will ship with connectors that transform information from Active Directory, SCCM and SCOM to form a baseline CMDB. We expect to offer Service Manager as a standaone license, as well as enhance the value of our Ecal suite with Service Manager. Details will be available closer to product availability.
(2) System Center Online Desktop Manager (due in 2010; beta later this year) demonstrates our adoption of online services to help businesses lower the costs and complexity of keeping desktops up to date and secure.
(3) System Center Configuration Manager vNext (due in 2011) was part of a preview demo, which focused on the administrator and end-user experience to be offered with System Center Configuration Manager vNext.
This week at the 10th annual Microsoft Management Summit 2009 , Microsoft Corp. showcased solutions for
Today started, like yesterday, with a keynote of note: this one with Brad and a stellar cast demoing
Nexus SC: The System Center Team Blog : Enable Users, Not Just Devices
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