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It is time for me to admit my next project, now that I've finally submitted the first chapter, and that is that I'm writing about Windows Intune.  Those who have worked with me in the past will know that I'm not much of a "koolaid" person, but I do believe that Cloud Services will be the way of the future and I think that Windows Intune will be a key pillar of the Microsoft story for our existing customers. 

To this end I wanted to annoucne that I'm in the writing process of writing a book on configuring and deploying Windows Intune.

I remember all the discussions about MOM on SPLA and centralised management with the SBSC partners and the number of conversations I've had with customers and it seems inevitable that Windows Intune will be a huge success.  It will also be, in my personal opinion, quite disruptive to the current management offerings of the Microsoft partners in this segment as all cloud services by every company has proven to be so far, including to the SBS customer set.

Over the weekend I will finish the 2nd and 3rd chapters and I will then share the plan I've agreed with Packt Publishing for the book.

As always, please feel free to let me know what you think about all this.

 

Thanks

David


Posted Fri, Apr 15 2011 11:33 PM by David Overton

Comments

Richard Tubb wrote re: Windows Intune - the book and me
on Sat, Apr 16 2011 6:54 AM

Dave - great news and I wish you great success with the book!

erken rezervasyon wrote re: Windows Intune - the book and me
on Fri, Apr 22 2011 8:11 AM

good news, thanks for informations David

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