Monthly Archives: August 2016

Ensuring mobile devices are up to date using Microsoft Intune

Introduction On August 25th, 2016 Lookout released research, conducted in partnership with The Citizen Lab (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto), about a sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack on iOS that uses three zero-day vulnerabilities called “Trident.” … Continue reading

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Learn System Center Configuration Manager in a month of lunches – Book Review

Introduction Today I received a book written by fellow MVP and all round cool Australian James C. Bannan. It was the long awaited Learn System Center Configuration Manager in a month of lunches which is published by Manning. I’ve met … Continue reading

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Microsoft Intune provides day 0 support for Android Nougat

Introduction Google announced the general availability of the Android Nougat update (also known as Android N or Android 7.0). Since the day the developer preview bits first became available back in March 2016, the Intune team has been testing our … Continue reading

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System Center Configuration Manager 1608 Technical Preview now available !

Introduction Another month, another release, this time System Center Configuration Manager 1608 (Technical Preview). Microsoft are developing updates for ConfigMgr at a commendable rate. Kudos to David and the rest of the ConfigMgr team. What’s New in 1608 Application Requests … Continue reading

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EMS technical training available on Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)

Introduction Microsoft is excited to announce the availability of deep technical training on MVA. This course is designed to cover security and mobility scenarios in depth and help organizations learn and deploy all of the EMS services. Topics like deploying … Continue reading

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