If you're struggling to implement or work within an enterprise "bring your own device" (BYOD) policy, join experts Kevin Remde and Simon May for an informative, high-level, and demo-focused look at new enterprise mobility capabilities that make recovery, security, and identity management easier and more flexible. They explore mobile device management (MDM) policies and they work with SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) and Microsoft Intune.
In this course you will learn how to align IT management needs and business realities with the trend towards a people-centric model that replaces the older paradigm of device-centric policies and management. The Microsoft people-centric vision helps IT administrators increase their organizations' productivity by enabling access to corporate resources, regardless of location or device used. This shift in focus requires policies, processes, and technologies that give people the freedom to select the devices they want to use, along with device-agnostic access to applications and data.
Instructors | Martin Booth – Microsoft Senior Technical Product Manager; Wally Mead - Microsoft Senior Program Manager
Associated Courses | 10747: Administering System Center 2012 Configuration Manager; 10748: Planning and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration ManagerRelated MVA | What's New in Windows Server 2012 R2 Jump Start
This course explores the new terms around deployment for modern line-of-business (LOB) apps, such as sideloading and deeplinking. It also highlights when to use which tools, like Windows PowerShell, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, and Windows Intune. Additionally, it focuses on the technical requirements to enable sideloading on target devices. Instructor | Simon May – Microsoft Infrastructure Evangelist
This course explores the new terms around deployment for modern line-of-business (LOB) apps, such as sideloading and deeplinking. It also highlights when to use which tools, like Windows PowerShell, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, and Windows Intune. Additionally, it focuses on the technical requirements to enable sideloading on target devices.
Instructor | Simon May – Microsoft Infrastructure Evangelist
Are you tackling BYOD? Windows 8.1 Update, Windows Server 2012 R2, System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager (SCCM), and Windows Phone can help! Find out how in this demo-filled, three-day Jump Start course. Plus, get the latest from the TechEd and Build conferences, and prepare for MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure and MCSA: Windows 8.1 certifications.
Seasoned experts share real-world experience as they explore the new feature set in Windows 8.1 Update. Dive deep into key enterprise scenarios around SCCM and Windows Intune management and security, and explore virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), disk deduplication and tiering, and the Remote Desktop app.
Windows 8.1 Update can simplify the management of tomorrow's IT environments, while tangibly improving today's end-user experience. Watch this fast-paced Jump Start, and find out more!
Instructor | Tommy Patterson—Senior Technical Evangelist/ Microsoft Corporation; Simon May—Technical Evangelist/ Microsoft Corporation
Learn how Microsoft can help you responsibly enable this vision to “Consumerize the IT” inside your company, by safely enabling employees to work and communicate anywhere, anytime, on a device of their choice. The first overview module is designed to paint the entire picture at a 200 level and then the remaining modules are designed to give you 300 level knowledge for specific scenarios across the various products which relate to Consumerization of IT (i.e. how to configure MDM in SCCM 2012). This course is NOT designed to make you an expert in each product all-up after the base is installed (i.e. you won't know how to architect, design, or deploy "Product X").
Instructors | Introducing Bill Anderson a Principle Program Manager at Microsoft with over 20 years of experience in the system management space, and David Tesar a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft with 10 years of experience in the field with a focus on security products.
Associated Certification(s) | MCSA: Windows Server 2012Associated Course(s) | Course 20410B: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012; Course 10324: Implementing and Managing Microsoft Desktop Virtualization
Keep your users safe and protect your infrastructure by using advanced Windows 8 technologies like AppLocker, BitLocker, and Windows Firewall. In this course, you will explore the security and privacy options in Windows 8 and learn how to manage a secure Windows 8 environment.