Your Guide to the Latest Windows Server Product Information
BriForum kicks off today in Chicago. BriForum 2013 is the only technical virtualization conference that is 100% dedicated to desktop virtualization, VDI, application virtualization, Remote Desktop Services, and the consumerization of IT.
Later this week Microsoft Product Director Jason Leznek will present, “Enabling Consumerization Without Compromising Compliance”. Jason’s session is on Thursday morning and will cover Microsoft’s approach to delivering people-centric IT is helping customers enable users to work on devices of their choosing with consistent experiences, and providing IT a unified infrastructure for managing and delivering applications and other resources, all while helping organizations protect what is important to them. See how innovations in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, Windows Intune, and Windows Server 2012 R2 helps organizations enable Consumerization without compromising compliance, with a special focus on the technologies which help reduce VDI storage costs and improve the end user and administrator experience to both session and VM based VDI.
If you can’t wait until Thursday to be there live or wait for a recorded replay, be sure and checkout “What's New in Remote Desktop Services for Windows Server 2012 R2” on the Remote Desktop Services Blog, or “What’s New in 2012 R2: Making Device Users Productive and Protecting Corporate Information” on Brad Andersons blog. Both blog posts are lengthy but have a ton of good information we think you’ll find interesting. You might want to view the six minute video below, “Empowering People-centric IT in the age of Consumerization” to learn more about the topic and where we are headed with personal device management.
And for those of you interested in downloading some of the products and trying them, here are some resources to help you:
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Written by Keith Combs, Microsoft Server and Tools
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