Windows Intune is another one of the exciting announcements made at WPC10 this year that had a lot of people talking and asking for more, just like the Windows Azure platform I talked about here on the Blog yesterday. Windows Intune, for those not familiar with it yet, helps simplify managing and securing PCs using Windows cloud services and Windows 7. Based on the very high interest at #WPC10 in Windows Intune, plus the continued interest since WPC10, I am putting this post up with resources for you to learn more about and experience Windows Intune for yourselves.
Windows Intune resources & Information:
- Ready to try Windows Intune for yourself? Sign up for the Windows Intune beta!
- Windows Intune Online Course: Cloud Services and Windows 7 for PC Management on Partner Learning Center
- Windows Intune Data Sheet for Partners
- Download “Top 10 Benefits of Windows Intune”
- View Windows Intune Case Studies
- “Experience Windows Intune” short videos showing how-to’s, information, and features
- Download the Windows Intune Product Guide
- Read the Windows Intune FAQs
- Read and follow the Windows Intune Blog
- Getting Started with Windows Intune Guide
- Windows Intune Help & Support
- Read the Release Notes for Windows Intune
- Visit the Windows Intune Online Forum
- Read the “Deploying the Windows Intune Client Software”
- Check out the Windows Intune page on Microsoft Partner Portal
- Check out the Windows Intune resources on TechNet
I hope you find these pieces of information and resources to be very helpful as you begin to look at Windows Intune, continue your planning around Windows Intune, or work with Windows Intune for your business or those of your clients.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking”
Global Partner Experience Lead
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group
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