Want to get some additional insight into Microsoft’s recently launched Cloud-based PC management and security offering?Then it might be a good idea for you to watch the Windows Intune Technology Tune-up hosted by Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich.
This Virtual Roundtable can be watched on the Windows Client TechCenter online, or it can be downloaded as a WMV file (750 kbps).
“Watch as Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich is joined by a panel of IT professionals and cloud experts to discuss best practices in PC management, the challenges of protecting and supporting remote users, and real life experience with Windows Intune, Microsoft's cloud-based PC management solution,” Microsoft reveals.
“This video is designed to jumpstart your trial of Windows Intune and includes product demonstrations, how-to information, and tips and tricks from subject matter experts.”
The roundtable is an hour long, but it’s more than worth the effort of watching, especially for those customers that are thinking about giving Windows Intune a try.
Of course, the software giant also offers the possibility to test drive the Cloud-based PC management and security service free of charge on as much as 25 computers for an entire month.
Customers can buy Windows Intune for as little as $11 per PC per month. In addition to the management and security capabilities, Intune also grants subscribers upgrade rights to Windows 7 Enterprise.
Not only this, but as long as the subscription lasts, Windows Intune also grants users the right to upgrade to any of the future versions of Windows client that the Redmond company will release.
For just $1 extra per month, Windows Intune can be combined with the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, and just as is the case for Windows Enterprise, all future iterations of MDOP are covered by the subscription.