Are you looking for ways to deploy Windows 8.1 to your Enterprise? If so, the System Center Configuration Manager Team just published a blog on this that you may be interested if missed. Support Questions about Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 for Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection
I thought I would take a moment to create a quick post on Full Drive Encryption; specifically, Microsoft’s BitLocker for Full Drive Encryption. Over the last 12 months, I have worked with many customers that have either implemented a Full Drive Encryption solution and haven’t been happy with it or are in the process of... Continue Reading →
Posted today by Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President, Windows Server and System Center. It is great to see Microsoft continually improve on the platform and to see 3rd parties recognize the efforts made. You can download Gartner’s full report from Brad’s blog post or here.
The much anticipated Deployment Guide has been released for the Surface Pro. If you click this link you will be redirected to the Microsoft Download Center for the Surface Pro firmware and driver pack. Then, click Download and you will be presented with the ability to download the Firmware and Driver Pack or the 16... Continue Reading →
Minutes ago, Microsoft has made available the updated version of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack. There was an update last November that included updates to Application Virtualization (to App-V 5.0) and the introduction of User Experience Virtualization (UE-V 1.0). Since November, there has been a lot of work on the next version of MDOP. Read... Continue Reading →
A new case study was just published and was highlighted during Microsoft’s Management Summit this week. A Michigan based company bets big with Windows Server and Hyper-V. I can’t be more proud of this case study and knowing that they are just down the street in Ann Arbor. Congratulations to Domino’s and Thank You. Domino’s... Continue Reading →
Departing a little from my usual posts on Windows Client and related news, I want to share my continued excitement with the investments from Microsoft related to Windows Server (specifically Windows Server 2012). Whether your setting up a single server for your small business or looking to transform your datacenter environment, Windows Server 2012 can... Continue Reading →
Yesterday marked the 1-year countdown until Microsoft stops supporting Windows XP. For those of you still on Windows XP, there needs to be a plan to finish your move to Windows 7 or Windows 8. What does End of Support mean to customers? After April 8, 2014, there will be no new security... Continue Reading →