Friday 5: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #16

This week I’ve been hugely involved with an massive internal Microsoft conference, but that hasn’t stopped me reading, listening and watching a ton of useful stuff so you don’t have to. Here are my top five picks for this week: Enterprise State Roaming for Windows 10 and Azure AD This week we announced the preview…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #15

Crazy week, lots going on … what else is new… well this actually: Support for Microsoft Passport for Work in Microsoft Intune Peter Daalmans, one of my Dutch MVP friends for Intune, blogged about these new capabilities this week. What I love here is that you get complete control over Microsoft Passport for Work, a…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #14

New user experiences for Intune, MAM without enrollment, OneDrive Sync issues fixed, Config Man deployment of Windows 10 and KLM Yammering! At the end of another interesting week in my world I finally managed to start a little side project I hope you’ll find interesting that I’ve been planning all year, but more on that…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #13

So the first week back from the holidays had a few interesting enterprise mobility and Windows stories that caught my eye. Here they are: Video I made A few weeks ago I hit the studio with Alex Simons from our Azure AD team to record this great session on Azure AD B2C and the capabilities…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #12

Sorry it’s been a little quiet here of late, I’ve been on vacation (holiday, if your British). I’m back now and here is everything that happened this week in Enterprise Mobility that you need to know about but haven’t had time to read: Apple broke MDM in iOS 9.2 All the EMM vendors, including Microsoft,…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #10

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 Aslaner and I took the…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #8

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…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #7

Devices, Azure RemoteApp, iOS9 managed apps and an anechoic chamber, this week in Windows and Enterprise Mobility. Now that is what I call a super-exciting week! Did you see that devices event?! As usual this week there’s been so many gems of technical content and, just downright cool, stuff released that I’ve tried to distill…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility #6

Conditional Access, Device Refresh intervals, VPNs Suck, Exchange 2016 and devices! This Friday Five is my round up of the things in the world of Windows and Enterprise Mobility that have made me think, smile and chuckle this week. Hopefully you find them useful and if you do, don’t forget to follow me on Twitter (@simonster)…


Friday Five: Windows and Enterprise Mobility

The top 5 things in enterprise mobility this week: Privileged ID Management with Azure AD, Windows 10 as a Service, Windows 10 direct from the engineering leaders and Brad Anderson’s lunch break with Todd Bishop of Geek Wire This week’s Friday Five is a little bit late because I’ve been travelling through time to arrive…