Windows Intune, Microsoft’s new cloud-based PC management and security solution, launched yesterday at the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) in Las Vegas. Intune is for organizations of all sizes, allowing IT to manage PCs over the Internet at a low monthly cost. You can try it before you buy it with the free 30-day trial. And the best news is that Intune subscribers will also receive upgrade rights to Windows 7 Enterprise and future versions of Windows, helping you lower support costs by standardizing on a single version of Windows while giving your users the best Windows experience.
You’ll also have the option of adding Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) tools, which will include two new updates announced today: Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring, and Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset.
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