If you are going to be at WPC this year, swing by this session if you want an autograph, to shake my hand, or to yell random things at me. Intune – The Future Opportunity for Your Office 365 Managed Service Speaker(s): Aileen Hannah, Mark O’Shea Increasingly, businesses are looking to IT partners to “take the problem away.” The public cloud makes it so much easier for partners to do just that by offering comprehensive managed services without having to
After spending time in several hardware sessions at WPC13, merging in my wish list, and adding a dose of reality, I’ve come up with the following Surface predictions in a non-scientific and completely random manner. Naming Choices V2 is too boring. SP1 would acknowledge problems in previous versions along with an expectation of being available free of charge. Gen 2 or G2 would be too much like HP servers. Adding a year to the suffix causes an expectation of annual
I was fortunate enough to be one of the partners invited to be part of the Q&A panel for this session along with some other members of the Microsoft Partner Advisory Council for Cloud. Today’s post is a quick summary of some of the questions that we received, and the different responses the panel replied. One of the first questions that was asked was why Windows Intune versus many of the competing solutions, and there were many responses to this.