This year’s EMS training courses have all been booked out, but the long waiting lists for Sydney and Melbourne mean that we have some additional dates for next year to share. Make sure you reach out to the Microsoft Australia readiness team via the contact details below to register your interest and secure a seat. Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) Enterprise Mobility + Security Type: Technical (L300) Audience: Partners with existing competencies around devices and deployment, access and identity,
Over the coming months I’ll be running several 4 day EMS training courses around the country for Microsoft. These have been updated to include information on Azure Active Directory Connect Health, EMS E3 and EMS E5 and more. There are still some seats available, so register now if you are interested. Details below from https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/auspartners/2016/10/02/register-now-microsoft-enterprise-mobility-suite-technical-partner-training/ In this 4 day deep technical Boot camp consist of instructor-led technical content and hands-on labs covering Hybrid Identity and Access Management (Azure Active
In a recent post I mentioned the Innovation Days event that is happening in Sydney on September 17. If you haven’t registered yet, head on over to the registration site and reserve your place. Check out the session agenda here, and make sure you come along to my session at 4:10pm to hear more about the latest updates to Windows 10 and the Enterprise Mobility + Security suite.
Recently I’ve been involved in a series of events that have included content on Windows Store For Business, and there are some useful resources that I point people back to which are worth sharing here. If you are using Intune standalone or as part of the Enterprise Mobility Suite, take a look at these two blog posts to begin with. Silently push the Microsoft Intune Company Portal to Azure AD Joined Windows 10 devices Block Windows 10 Public Store using
Below you will find the details of all of the updates for Intune for March 2016, but I’ll call out some of the ones that will have an immediate impact for me. Manage the Microsoft Outlook app with MAM policies for devices not enrolled in Intune – any additional Office mobile app support with MAM without relying on MDM enrollment is a good thing as far as flexibility in deployment is concerned. Find, manage, and distribute Windows Store for Business
This Thursday, at 1pm Sydney time, I’ll be presenting the second webinar in the MVP series that kicked last week. You can register here, but for more information keep reading. Preparing your environment and deploying Windows 10 Webinar link will be provided in the registration confirmation email. This webinar is a part of the Windows 10 webinar series, find out more about the series and related webinars here. Webinar description Windows 10 is designed to give you the smoothest Operating
Overnight I received notification that the results were in for those who sat the beta version of the 70-398 Planning For And Managing Devices In The Enterprise, and thankfully I’d managed to get through. One of the hardest parts of preparing for beta exams is that you don’t have much to go by in terms of specific preparation content. More often than not in my case it turns into a somewhat chaotic effort to pull together a diverse range of resources that
Azure RMS has just had another update, this time around it’s around changes to the usage logs being enabled automatically using free storege. Previously you had to manually create and manage an Azure Storge Account and enable the logging via PowerShell, but this is now automated for you. Below are the FAQs that were included in an update email sent out to Azure RMS customers. Is usage logging enabled by default for all Azure RMS customers? Yes, it’s enabled whether
MS Press has a couple of free ebooks that cover Windows 10, the first is the updated version of Ed Bott’s Introducing Windows 10 for IT Professionals, Technical Overview, which includes new information covering build 1511. The second one to grab is Deploying Windows 10: Automating deployment by using System Center Configuration Manager, which isn’t targetting as broad an audience, but for those who need to do large scale Windows 10 deployments it will definitely be useful. A plug for
This update was released last week as I was part way through delivery a 2 day Enterprise Mobility Suite training course, which lead to an interesting situation in student labs – some downloaded V1, while others were presented with 1.1 during the labs. Not a showstopper by any means, instead it just reconfirmed one of the important pieces of the EMS conversation, which is that you really do need to pay attention to the changes that are always taking place.