System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Virtual Labs Available

All meant to help customers start planning their deployment

  Microsoft publishes System Center 2012 Configuration Manager virtual labs
This week, Microsoft made generally available its System Center 2012 solution, aimed at helping customers around the world ensure that their businesses move faster, enjoy cost savings and become more competitive.

This week, Microsoft made generally available its System Center 2012 solution, aimed at helping customers around the world ensure that their businesses move faster, enjoy cost savings and become more competitive.

As part of the launch, Microsoft announced the availability of System Center 2012 client solutions that have been specifically tailored for the task, such as Configuration Manager.

At the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas, the Redmond-based software giant announced the availability of these solutions and also provided a series of details on the matter.

Along with the official announcement, the company also started to offer additional info on these products, so that customers would know that it has in store for them.

“System Center 2012 Configuration Manager helps IT empower people to use the devices and applications they need to be productive while maintaining corporate compliance and control. It provides a unified management infrastructure across physical, virtual, and mobile client environments,” the company explained.

Specific info on System Center 2012 Configuration Manager can be found in the 13 virtual labs that Microsoft published for its customers, which are accompanied by no less than 30 how-to videos that get users through key capabilities of the product.

“The team has also posted a steady flow of articles on key concepts and improvements in Configuration Manager 2012 – everything from how you should think about application delivery to what changes you need to think about in your hierarchy design,” Deb McFadden, principal group program manager, System Center 2012 configuration manager, explains in a blog post.

Deb McFadden also links to all these resources in said post, so that Microsoft’s customers would find it easier to start their deployment planning.

The aforementioned System Center 2012 Configuration Manager How Do I video series can be found on Microsoft’s website via this link. The System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Virtual Labs can be found on this page.

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