I mainly spent this week at a conference in Las Vegas, IT Edge, along with Paul Thurrott, Mary Jo Foley and Mark Minasi along with some other Microsoft folks. However here is what floated my Windows and Enterprise Mobility boat this week: Nerding out with Surface Book This week Milad […]
Author: Simon May
Azure AD, Intune, Android Marshmallow, OAuth 2.0, Stock and funny Most of this week I’ve been doing internal training for my colleagues around Windows 10 ahead of the US Ignite your business tour that will start in November in a city near you (if you live in the USA). It’s […]
There are a lot of resources available to you, so you can get a better understanding of Windows 10’s enterprise benefits for your organization. My goal in this post is to help you navigate these different resources, so you can quickly find what you need in the format you need it in.
Microsoft Azure RemoteApp helps make your applications more widely available, on different devices regardless of if your end users are at work or not. While you may be enabling a solution like this today, think of all the time you could save (and how much you could save your business) if you could minimize complexity of your on-premises RDS deployments. To provide further details, I’ve selected two videos for you (one short for between meetings) and a longer one so you can go deep.
Azure AD Domain Services, The Ops Team, Azure AD Application Proxy, Password Cracking and Nested Virtualization
This week, one of the largest tech companies on the planet, Dell, bought one of the largest storage companies on the planet, EMC, and one of Microsoft’s leading enterprise mobility competitors decided to buy an email client that’s not cross platform (doh!). That said those two events only get an honorable mention in my Friday Five this week. Why? Well some things that should really matter to those of us trying to protect our user’s productivity matter much more…
I’ve always been fascinated by being productive. I continually look at what I’m doing to see if I can make it easier, more efficient, faster, more repeatable, less error prone. One of the things that I actually love to do is read or listen to writings, podcasts and audiobooks about “hacks” or systems that can help improve my productivity. I’ve decided to start writing up some of what I’ve learnt in a new series on this blog entitled How I work. It’ll be my attempt to help you, perhaps, adopt some of my habits, rituals and systems. I’m not the most productive person on earth, but I’m also not the least.
In this episode of the Azure AD and Identity Show, your host, Simon May talks to Mahesh Unnikrishnan of the Identity Division about Azure AD Domain Services. Your organization easily enable domain services capabilities, such as domain join, for Azure IaaS VMs without having to build and manage Windows Domain Controllers in Azure IaaS.