Beyond the new UI, are there any real improvements for IT? How will Windows 8 make IT and the rest of the organization better? Why is the industry reacting differently to this version of Windows? If these are the types of questions you’re asking, this Microsoft Jump Start is for you.
Date: October 18, 2012
Where: Live virtual classroom
Module 1: Windows 8 Tips & Tricks for IT Pros
What’s new in Windows 8, UI and keyboard shortcuts for IT pros, the Windows App Store, key features and IE 10
Module 2: Windows 8 Deployment
Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, Internet Explorer Assessment Kit
Module 3: Windows 8 and Windows Apps
Sideloading (Signature, Group Policy, different app scenarios, MDT 2012), Self-service portal for Windows apps (System Center), Management with Windows Intune
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Module 4: Enabling Flexible Workstyles with Windows 8
SkyDrive Pro, Deploying UE-V, Windows to Go, BitLocker Drive Encryption, enabling offline domain joins
Module 5: Recovery & Security
Resetting and refreshing the PC, creating custom refresh images and DaRT recovery images (including Windows DS), BitLocker and MBAM, UEFI, Secure Boot, Measured Boot
Module 6: Windows 8 Virtualization
Client Hyper-V, Session-based virtualization, Pooled virtual machines, video (HD, 3D, webcam) over session and over pooled VM, User Experience and Application Virtualization
Sr. Product Marketing & Community Manager | @stephenlrose
Stephen Rose is the Worldwide IT Pro Community Manager for Windows Commercial team at the Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, WA. Before joining Microsoft, Stephen spent 15 years running his own IT consulting company. In his current role, he manages the Window technical content
on the Springboard Series on TechNet, he oversees the Windows 7 and 8 Forums, is the editor for the Springboard Insider Newsletter, writes for Windows Team Blog, acts as the moderator for the Windows Virtual Roundtables and leads Springboard Series Tours in North and South America, as well as Europe and Asia.
Senior Technical Evangelist | @joeysnow
Joey is a Senior Technical Evangelist for the worldwide Developer and Platform Evangelism (DPE) team at Microsoft focusing the IT Professional audience for Windows, Windows Server, and Windows Azure. Based in Redmond, WA, Joey works closely with relevant Microsoft Product Teams
to evangelize new technology and products to the IT Pro community at large and products to the IT Pro community at large. He shares his knowledge and expertise online – via TechNet Edge and is a frequent speaker at various Microsoft and industry-sponsored events. Joey has been with Microsoft for over 4 years having previously served over 12 years at a Fortune 500 company where he held a variety of IT roles ranging from IT architecture and management to helpdesk. Outside of work you can find Joey spending time with his wife and two children and actively feeding his sports and music addictions.