Today I want to post a quick note pointing you to the Windows Blog Site. As this blog post states, Windows Intune is no longer accepting participants. For those of you who already have Windows Intune beta accounts, please play on! The beta service is still available for your review and evaluation.
Since this beta launched in July we have received some great feedback. This feedback has been invaluable to the windows Intune team (believe me, we ARE listening). It’s your contributions that will make Windows Intune a successful service that addresses your needs and help to solve your IT challenges.
Over the past few weeks, activity in the forum and feedback channel has slowed down considerably. I’d like to see what we can do to keep the momentum going! Here’s what I would like you to do:
I’m sure there are other areas that I haven’t mentioned here, please post your suggestions as comments on this blog post. Most importantly, visit out beta discussion forum and post your question, comments, and feedback. The best way to submit anonymous feedback is through our feedback form, here.
If you haven’t done so already, look us up on Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube! We are constantly adding new content and this is a great way to stay up-to-date on developments in the Windows Intune world.
Soon, we’ll be publishing periodic ‘scenarios’, to help you identify and try out areas of Windows Intune you may not have tried yet, so you can provide feedback. Stay tuned to this blog site for more information.
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