Put your Windows 10 deployments on autopilot
Aaron Parker talks cloud management, MDM, and provisioning for Windows 10
Windows desktop deployments are hard—enterprise deployments have typically required creating custom SOEs, application packaging, infrastructure to support Windows deploy, plus testing and piloting. Then of course, managing those PCs once deployed.
Microsoft is seeking to simplify PC management with Windows 10, using Azure AD and Mobile Device Management. I’m seeing lots of interest in this because it provides a cloud-only approach to PC deployment and management. Typically, this comes from organizations deploying new infrastructure, migrating to Office 365, or even some long term ConfigMgr shops looking to simplify desktop management.
However, this does come with caveats, and it requires some explanation for anyone new to the concept. Is it for everyone? Well, let’s look at what Windows 10 mobility management means and what the implications are for the management of desktops …. To read the full article, see Brainmadden.com.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A user experience guy first and foremost, Aaron is an experienced End User Computing Solutions Architect with a history delivering innovative end user projects to customers and organisations in APAC and the UK.
Awarded Citrix Technology Professional (2012-2016, 1 of 50 people worldwide), Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (2011-2016) and AppSense Community Contributor (since 2012) for community involvement and contributions with blogging and regular speaking at events including Citrix Synergy (US/EU), BriForum (US/EU), E2EVC and the UK Citrix User Group.