Today we’re kicking off a “6-Part Series” with Senior. Product Manager Jeremy Chapman as he shares with us some tips and tricks on how you can manage and use your Office assets on any Windows, iPad or Android based tablet.
In Part 1 of this series, Jeremy discusses the primary ways to consume Office, such as rich client, Office Web Apps and Office for the Mac and the phone.
Part 2 of our Managing and using your Office assets in a table world and in today’s episode, Sr. Product Manager Jeremy Chapman covers the some of the basics as he shows us how you can get your Office content like emailing and calendaring features on multiple devices by using Exchange Active Synch, Group Policy, Config.XML and the Office Customization Tool.
In Part 3 of our Office management series for a tablet world, Sr. Product Manager Jeremy Chapman goes over the key differences between Office WebApps, Office 365, the full Office client version and what this all looks like for iPad and Android tablets.
Jeremy Chapman is back for part 4 in our Office management series in a tablet world, and in this episode we take a look at how you can manage security and rights management access for iPad and Android devices in your IT environment using IIS and Forefront Unified Access Gateway. Tune in as Jeremy demos what this looks like for an iPad user trying to read and download a document on their company’s network.
In part 5 of our Office management in a tablet world series, Sr. Product Manager Jeremy Chapman shows us how to make tweaks to user interfaces that are using remote access for Office environments in iPad and Android tablets. Tune in as he covers what the user experience will look like in addition to what custom changes you can make to the Office ribbon.
In this final installment of our Office management series, Sr. Product Manager Jeremy Chapman explains how you can configure remote access for your tablet devices using Citrix XenApp. Tune in as he covers what requirements are needed, how it integrates with active directory, single sign-on, group policy and security controls as well as how this all translates into the end-user experience.