Monthly Archives: July 2017

Inspire 2017 Windows 10 And Devices Session Recordings

Following up from the last post on Inspire’s EMS session recordings, this post includes the links to the recorded sessions for Windows 10 as well as some of the devices sessions. ODR07p-R Reduce customer TCO and stay profitable with Windows With pressure to reduce costs, customers are increasingly looking to optimize and reduce spend in hardware and line items around deployment, management, and support. Join us to hear how Windows 10 enables customers to cut costs without putting your profitability at

Inspire 2017 Enterprise Mobility + Security Session Recordings

Following up from the last post on Inspire’s Microsoft 365 session recordings, this post includes the links to the recorded sessions for Enterprise Mobility + Security as well as some of the standalone components.  I had a chance to see a couple of these in person, including the sessions by @vladpetrosyan and @markmorow and had a chance to catch up with some of the other presenters in the expo hall between sessions. CE400 How to take your security practice to the next

Inspire 2017 Microsoft 365 Session Recordings Available Now

Last week at Inspire 2017 Microsoft announced the Microsoft 365 suite offerings. For those of you who weren’t at the event, or were at the event but missed some of the sessions, many of the session recordings are available for watching now. WIN01 Grow your business with Modern IT As businesses seek to transform their products, tools, and operations, they need a world class platform built for the digital economy. Windows 10, Office 365, and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security

New Office 365 Desktop Application Deployment Capabilities In Microsoft Intune

Over the last couple of months we’ve seen different ways of deploying Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus to Windows 10 PCs, first up we saw the option inside of Intune for Education, and then last week at Inspire we saw how this works from the Office 365 portal in Microsoft 365 Business. For those who aren’t using either of those options, but still want an incredibly easy way to deploy Office 365 Pro Plus and Office 365 Business. First of all,

Microsoft 365 Suites Announced Today

Today at Inspire 2017, the Microsoft 365 Business suites were announced, with Microsoft 365 Business offering a combination of Windows 10 Pro management enhancements, a subset of Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) and Office 365 Business Premium subscriptions. Also introduced was Microsoft 365 Enterprise offerings, which are also known the Secure Productive Enterprise (SPE). These include the E3 and E5 versions of Office 365, EMS and Windows 10 Enterprise, think of this is a version for smaller, more price sensitive

Windows Autopilot Resources

Last week saw public announcements for the Windows Autopilot technologies, as well as some of the additional capabilities coming up in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update which will be released later this year. Windows Autopilot allows OEMs, distributors and resellers to link a device to an organisation, which means that even before the user signs in for the first time the device can start receiving customisations based on group membership. At it’s core, Windows Autopilot allows a brand new


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