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32 minutes | Mar 31, 2015
How to Create the most Successful Business Apps 2015 – Episode 26 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Business Apps 2015 - Make a BIG Impact In episode 26 (http://thedevicepros.com/how-to-create-the-most-successful-business-apps-2015-episode-26)Frank and Alfred invite a special guest to the show, Alan Meeus (https://social.technet.microsoft.com/profile/alan%20meeus/), to talk about universal apps, cross platform apps, modern apps, traditional apps and why business apps 2015 are making a big impact creating digital moments with end users, customers and leadership. Make a big splash with business apps 2015 Gartner Predicts (http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2284715)By 2015, One-Third of Consumer Brands Will Integrate Payment Into Their Branded Mobile Apps. That's a lot of companies looking to leverage apps as additional revenue streams, and oh by the way 2015 is now. If we are gonna make a big splash I think it's important we understand all these different types of "apps" and the when/why/how to leverage the different types and formats. Firstly, there is the traditional applications. We all know them as executables or .EXE files or even .MSI files. They are packaged, deployed and installed in traditional methods such as manual install or an application management tool like Configuration Manager 2012. Then we have something the technology world calls apps. By using the shortened version of the word applications technology people are referring to applications which are packaged differently than traditional applications, and targeted as modern OSs and mobile devices. Typically apps are deployed via a store, think Windows App store, iTunes Store or Google Play Store. Now that we have an understanding of what apps are, lets talk about a couple categories of apps. Universal Apps (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/windows-store-150x150.png)In the world of Microsoft and the emerging Windows 10 release, Microsoft posted details in their blog to share their definition and vision of universal apps (http://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2014/09/30/universal-windows-apps-get-better-with-windows-10). For Microsoft, universal apps are apps created via visual studio that share a common core, which can have user interface (UI) displays be device type. Further, a Microsoft universal app is a single app which can span from the full Windows OS, Phone OS and even XBOX. That, my friends, is all goodness. If we take a short trip outside Microsoft this term is regularly used in the industry to represent cross platform apps. Cross Platform
30 minutes | Feb 18, 2015
3 High Impact Enterprise Mobility Discussions – Episode 25 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
High Impact Enterprise Mobility topics? Why do you care? (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Enterprise-Mobility-Three-Leg-Wheel-300x271.png)In episode 25
26 minutes | Jan 15, 2015
Enterprise Cloud Suite – Episode 24 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
What is Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Suite? In episode 24 (http://thedevicepros.com/enterprise-cloud-suite-episode-24)Frank and Alfred take a look into the new Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Suite (http://www.microsoft.com/ecs). In the episode the guys discuss what ECS is, when to use it and why this is an important change for Microsoft customers. Thriving in a cloud-first, mobile-first world In the modern workplace, employees are always connected and always moving. They have more devices with more data, and they expect tools to support ubiquitous collaboration. To support this workplace, IT needs a solution to help protect your data, manage the growing number of mobile devices, unify environments that span operating systems, and enable seamless collaboration for your workers across all of their devices. The Enterprise Cloud Suite (ECS), now available as part of the Enterprise Enrollment, brings together Office 365 E3, Enterprise Mobility Suite and Windows Software Assurance per User. The combined power of these three offerings empowers users with best-in-class productivity across devices while supporting IT security and control. (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ECS2-300x66.png) With Enterprise Cloud Suite, you can take advantage of: * Simplified cloud licensing in the Enterprise Enrollment. * True per user licensing that puts users at the center. * A compelling offer when buying cloud services. How it works Enterprise Cloud Suite is available as a User Subscription License (USL) or an Add-on license for the Enterprise Platform in the Enterprise Enrollment. * Enterprise Cloud Suite USL: For users who are not covered by an existing Enterprise Platform or who would like to transition to full user-based licensing at renewal. The USL lowers initial licensing costs because you subscribe to the rights to use Microsoft products and services instead of purchasing a perpetual license. * Enterprise Cloud Suite Add-on: For users who are covered by an existing Enterprise Platform. The Add-on is a subscription that supplements your existing Enterprise Platform license position. Flexible - Put users at the center with true per user licensing Users get a consistent productivity experience on any device and on any operating system. A range of ECS licensing options are available through Add-on licenses or USLs, and cloud services can be added at any time, then reconciled at anniversary. Manageable - Simplifying cloud licensing in t
32 minutes | Jan 1, 2015
Office 365 Mobile Device Management - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Office 365 Mobile Device Management added for FREE! In episode 22 (http://thedevicepros.com/office-365-mobile-device-management)Frank and Alfred take a look into the new features of Office 365 Mobile Device Management capabilities. In the episode the guys discuss what was implemented but even get into why Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com) would add MDM to Office 365 (http://products.office.com/en-us/business/explore-office-365-for-business) in the first place. To start lets have a look at some statistics. Enterprise Mobility Stats from Gartner * 50% of employers will require employees to provide their own devices by 2017. * 90% of enterprises will have to or more mobile OS's to support in 2011 * 93% of employees admit to violating information security policies * 80% of employees admit to using non-approved SaaS applications in their jobs Why does Office 365 Mobile Device Management matter? It seems clear the goal Microsoft was trying to achieve was to provide a single solution encapsulated in a single product and provide a clear separation from corporate and personal email and/or data. What did we use before Office 365 MDM (http://blogs.office.com/2014/10/28/introducing-built-mobile-device-management-office-365/)? ActiveSync. And it was awesome... but our corporate customers said "We need more, we need to offer more". Below is a comparison of the mobile device management capabilities by technology. (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Office365-MDM2.png) Top 3 Challenges addressed with Office 365 Mobile Device Management * If connecting to Exchange, you had to lock the phone down, so potentially you had a set of policies that prevented you to do anything personal on the phone. * If the device needed to be wiped, all data was removed from the device. * What do businesses really want? To manage their corporate data and ensure digital asset protection. Some of the things new Office 365 MDM Provides * In the Admin Portal, you can click a button and get device management for Office 365. * The portal is device aware, it knows what devices are trying to connect to the Office 365 (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn792010.aspx)and what user should have access to that device. * Next you can go to the compliance console and provision policies. * You have the ability to apply conditional access requirements & device controls, i.e. the device must meet certain requirements to gain access. They'll * So
26 minutes | Dec 23, 2014
Microsoft Christmas 2014 Special – Episode 23 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
A Microsoft Christmas (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Xbox-Mod-B-XBO-Assassins-Creed-Unity-Bundles-Microsoft-Christmas.jpg)In episode 23 (http://thedevicepros.com/microsoft-christmas-2014-special-episode-23) Frank and Alfred share...
22 minutes | Dec 3, 2014
EMS Microsoft Intune – Part 3 – Episode 21 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
EMS (Enterprise Mobility Suite) by Microsoft - Episode 21 EMS Part 3 of 3 Part Series - Microsoft Intune In episode 21 (http://thedevicepros.com/ems-microsoft-intune-part-3-episode-21) Frank and Alfred take a deep dive into EMS Microsoft Intune. One of three things that comes with the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. In the next episode The Device Pros (http://thedevicepros.com)will cover the final component of EMS Microsoft Intune. EMS (http://2405433.r.msn.com/?ld=d3x3WgOufv8YJCkW8uTW3s7zVUCUxTO5idT26iHoPucUAiKw15pPUMiLOiDfZ_ZebV0ifGdD3NHErFsspWeT1m14moKKEHMivQdaQNydYctJjep1IEGfA4thkxUK5VXP6w0kpY7QcfCV9JgvRjWrNMI6aIiCabeYaFmyaIa3ZQrcwF3QXK&u=http%3a%2f%2f1156.xg4ken.com%2fmedia%2fredir.php%3fprof%3d492%26camp%3d87186%26affcode%3dkw105126%26k_inner_url_encoded%3d1%26cid%3d2640142621%26queryStr%3dmicrosoft%2520enterprise%2520mobility%2520suite%26url%5b%5d%3dhttp%253A%252F%252Fclk.atdmt.com%252FEM3%252Fgo%252F475497026%252Fdirect%252F01%252F%253Fhref%253Dhttp%3a%252F%252Fview.atdmt.com%252Faction%252Fmrt203_PFXUSGAPrivateCloudITSTBFY14GenericActi_1%252Fv3%252F%255Batc1._kenshoo_clickid_%252Fatc2.492%255D%252F%253Fhref%253Dhttp%3a%252F%252Fwww.microsoft.com%252Fen-us%252Fserver-cloud%252Fproducts%252Fenterprise-mobility-suite%252Fdefault.aspx%253FWT.srch%253D1%2526WT.mc_ID%253DSEM_BING_USEvergreenSearch_Intune%2526CR_CC%253DUnassigned) includes Microsoft Intune which enables: * Mobile application management across devices * Broad device support for Windows, Windows Phone, Apple iOS, and Android devices * Selective wipe of apps and data for greater security What is Microsoft Intune? Microsoft Intune (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/products/microsoft-intune/)simplifies how your business can manage and secure PCs and mobile devices so your computers and users can operate at peak performance, from virtually anywhere, on any device. With Intune, whether your employees are in the office or on the road, you can give them a rich, productive Windows experience without compromising the essentials—costs, control, security and compliance. Device Management Capabilities As a standalone service, Microsoft Intune offers the features in the following tables for supported mobile devices like iOS, Android, and Windows devices. You can manage Windows 8.1 devices using the Windows Intune client or enroll them as mobile devices. The following information for Windows 8.1 applies to Windows 8.1 devices that are enrolled as mobile devices. Devi
29 minutes | Nov 20, 2014
EMS Azure RMS – Part 2 – Episode 20 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
EMS (Enterprise Mobility Suite) by Microsoft - Episode 20 EMS Part 2 of 3 Part Series - Azure RMS In episode 20 (http://thedevicepros.com/ems-azure-rms-part-2)Frank and Alfred take a deep dive into EMS Azure RMS. One of three things that comes with the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. In the next episode The Device Pros (http://thedevicepros.com)will cover the final component of EMS, Microsoft Intune. EMS (http://2405433.r.msn.com/?ld=d3x3WgOufv8YJCkW8uTW3s7zVUCUxTO5idT26iHoPucUAiKw15pPUMiLOiDfZ_ZebV0ifGdD3NHErFsspWeT1m14moKKEHMivQdaQNydYctJjep1IEGfA4thkxUK5VXP6w0kpY7QcfCV9JgvRjWrNMI6aIiCabeYaFmyaIa3ZQrcwF3QXK&u=http%3a%2f%2f1156.xg4ken.com%2fmedia%2fredir.php%3fprof%3d492%26camp%3d87186%26affcode%3dkw105126%26k_inner_url_encoded%3d1%26cid%3d2640142621%26queryStr%3dmicrosoft%2520enterprise%2520mobility%2520suite%26url%5b%5d%3dhttp%253A%252F%252Fclk.atdmt.com%252FEM3%252Fgo%252F475497026%252Fdirect%252F01%252F%253Fhref%253Dhttp%3a%252F%252Fview.atdmt.com%252Faction%252Fmrt203_PFXUSGAPrivateCloudITSTBFY14GenericActi_1%252Fv3%252F%255Batc1._kenshoo_clickid_%252Fatc2.492%255D%252F%253Fhref%253Dhttp%3a%252F%252Fwww.microsoft.com%252Fen-us%252Fserver-cloud%252Fproducts%252Fenterprise-mobility-suite%252Fdefault.aspx%253FWT.srch%253D1%2526WT.mc_ID%253DSEM_BING_USEvergreenSearch_Intune%2526CR_CC%253DUnassigned) includes Azure Rights Management which enables: * Information protection from the cloud or in a hybrid model with your existing on-premises infrastructure * Integration into your native applications with an easy-to-use SDK What is Azure Rights Management (RMS)? Almost every organization is Internet-connected these days, with users bringing personal device to work, accessing company data on the road and home, and sharing sensitive information with important business partners. As part of their daily work, users share information by using email, file-sharing sites, and cloud services. In these scenarios, traditional security controls (such as access control lists and NTFS permissions) and firewalls have limited effectiveness if you want to protect your company data while still empowering your users to work efficiently. In comparison, Azure Rights Management (Azure RMS) can protect your company’s sensitive information in all these scenarios. It uses encryption, identity, and authorization policies to help secure your files and email, and it works across multiple devices—phones, tablets, and PCs. Information can be protected both within y
29 minutes | Nov 6, 2014
EMS Azure Active Directory Premium – Part 1 – Episode 19 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
EMS (Enterprise Mobility Suite) by Microsoft - Episode 19 EMS Part 1 of 3 Part Series - Azure Active Directory Premium In episode 19 (http://thedevicepros.com/ems-azure-active-directory-premium)Frank and Alfred take a deep dive into EMS Azure Active Directory Premium. One of three things that comes with the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. In the next two episodes The Device Pros (http://thedevicepros.com)will cover the other two components of EMS, Azure RMS and Microsoft Intune. EMS (http://2405433.r.msn.com/?ld=d3x3WgOufv8YJCkW8uTW3s7zVUCUxTO5idT26iHoPucUAiKw15pPUMiLOiDfZ_ZebV0ifGdD3NHErFsspWeT1m14moKKEHMivQdaQNydYctJjep1IEGfA4thkxUK5VXP6w0kpY7QcfCV9JgvRjWrNMI6aIiCabeYaFmyaIa3ZQrcwF3QXK&u=http%3a%2f%2f1156.xg4ken.com%2fmedia%2fredir.php%3fprof%3d492%26camp%3d87186%26affcode%3dkw105126%26k_inner_url_encoded%3d1%26cid%3d2640142621%26queryStr%3dmicrosoft%2520enterprise%2520mobility%2520suite%26url%5b%5d%3dhttp%253A%252F%252Fclk.atdmt.com%252FEM3%252Fgo%252F475497026%252Fdirect%252F01%252F%253Fhref%253Dhttp%3a%252F%252Fview.atdmt.com%252Faction%252Fmrt203_PFXUSGAPrivateCloudITSTBFY14GenericActi_1%252Fv3%252F%255Batc1._kenshoo_clickid_%252Fatc2.492%255D%252F%253Fhref%253Dhttp%3a%252F%252Fwww.microsoft.com%252Fen-us%252Fserver-cloud%252Fproducts%252Fenterprise-mobility-suite%252Fdefault.aspx%253FWT.srch%253D1%2526WT.mc_ID%253DSEM_BING_USEvergreenSearch_Intune%2526CR_CC%253DUnassigned) includes Azure Active Directory Premium which enables: * Self-service password reset for your people, to reduce helpdesk calls * Multi-factor authentication (http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/multi-factor-authentication/)options for greater security * Group-based provisioning and single sign on for over 2000 SaaS apps (http://www.microsoft.com/industry/government/guides/cloud_computing/4-SaaS.aspx) * Machine learning (http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/machine-learning/)-driven security reports for visibility and threat management * Robust sync capabilities across cloud and on-premises directories What is Azure Active Directory? Azure Active Directory is a service that provides identity and access management capabilities in the cloud. In much the same way that Active Directory is a service made available to customers through the Windows Server operating system for on-premises identity management, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is a service that is made available through Azure for cloud-based identity management. Learn more (http://msdn.micro
26 minutes | Aug 28, 2014
Enterprise Mobility Suite – Episode 18 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
What the heck is an Enterprise Mobility Suite Microsoft? (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ems_vision_video_thumb.jpg)In episode 18 (www.thedevicepros.com/enterprise-mobility-suite-episode-18)Frank and Alfred share some great information about the new cloud solution from Microsoft called Enterprise Mobility Suite (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/products/enterprise-mobility-suite/). Microsoft has packaged together some of their individual cloud offerings to form a comprehensive solution designed to address people centric IT (PCIT (http://thedevicepros.com/people-centric-it-episode-9/)), consumerization of IT (COIT), bring your own device (BYOD) and software as a service (SaaS) in a cost effective method. The three main components are: Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium (http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/active-directory/) Windows Intune (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/products/windows-intune/) Microsoft Azure Rights Management (http://products.office.com/en-us/business/microsoft-azure-rights-management) What's so great about that? The industry is currently dealing with some new challenges, Microsoft has identified them as the following. 1. Users expect to be productive across a variety of device types, with access to the applications they need. 2. Businesses need to unify their infrastructure technology environment with a common identity across on-premises Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and the cloud, with deeply integrated capabilities for PC and mobile device management. 3. Businesses must protect their data, so they require a comprehensive set of access control and data-protection capabilities. The focus of Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) is to make it easy for IT to address these challenges thereby enabling their workforce to consume solutions/services provided by IT safely and securely. In addition by bundling these solutions business will be able to save a bundle as shown in the table below. Have a look at the whitepaper (http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/3/7/137B2CF6-79FE-438B-BA00-F343022C3CE3/Enabling_Enterprise_Mobility_white_paper.pdf) from Microsoft. (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/EMS_Pricing_Model.jpg) The Device Pros are kicking off a three podcast series diving deeper into each one of these cloud solutions provided by Microsoft. We have a couple of surprise guests, including Richard Smith (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/r
27 minutes | Aug 15, 2014
Powershell Deployment Toolkit (PDT)– Episode 17 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Discover PDT v2.64 In episode 17 (http://www.thedevicepros.com/powershell-deployment-toolkit-pdt)Frank and Alfred share some great information about PDT (PowerShell Deployment Toolkit) v2.64 and the awesome things you can do with it. What is PDT? (http://thedevicepros.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/logo-powershell-150x150.png)At its most basic level PDT is a collection of scripts with the purpose of deploying System Center with prerequisites. PDT is very customizable, very powerful and very useful in spinning up non-production or even production System Center environments. PDT is absolutely not intended to replace any of the capabilities of System Center, rather, it is intended to help solve the problem of deploying System Center with advanced configuration if you don't already have it in place. In just about 3 hours you can deploy all of System Center including SQL and all prerequisites, in a highly available configuration, including all of the automatable post-setup integration. Get Some PDT Once you have downloaded PDT (http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/PowerShell-Deployment-f20bb605#content), you will need to download a couple of things to get your's up and running. Head over to the Microsoft Evaluation Software Center and get Windows Server 2012 R2. (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-server-2012)Part of the requirements to use PDT are that you have servers with Windows 2012 R2 installed, domain joined and local administrator privilege to them. However, PDT includes a script to help create Hyper-V VMs call VMcreator.ps1. For details on how to use this head over to the Building Clouds (http://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/02/18/deployment-the-pdt-vm-creator.aspx)blog and get the details from Rob Willis (http://social.technet.microsoft.com/profile/Rob%20Willis%20(MSFT)). Also, since PDT requires some XML knowledge for variables.xml if this intimidates you there is a great new tool called The PDT GUI (http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/PDT-GUI-for-Powershell-6908b819)created by Benedict Berger and Kamil Kosek from Elanity Network Partner. Some Resources * Intro to PDT * http://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/02/08/deployment-introducing-powershell-deployment-toolkit.aspx (◦http://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/02/08/deployment-introducing-powershell-deployment-toolkit.aspx%20) * Rob Willis at TechEd 2014
38 minutes | Jul 22, 2014
Windows Phone 8.1 – Episode 16 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
What’s new with Windows Phone 8.1? In episode 16 Frank and Alfred share some great information about the new features they have used and like in the Developer Preview of Windows Phone 8.1The post Windows Phone 8.1 – Episode 16 appeared first on The Device Pros.
37 minutes | Jul 16, 2014
Office Click-2-Run – Episode 15 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Using Click-2-Run MS Office Installer In episode 15 Frank and Alfred with special guest Steve Thomas share some great information about the new Microsoft Office click-2-run install, app-v install, traditional install and more. Learn more about Office Click-to-Run Microsoft Office Click-to-Run uses Microsoft streaming and virtualization technology to significantly reduce the time that is required […]The post Office Click-2-Run – Episode 15 appeared first on The Device Pros.
38 minutes | Jun 4, 2014
Surface Pro 3 – Episode 14 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 In episode 14 Frank and Alfred share some great information about the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3. They talk about what they have heard from customers and what they are excited about regarding the new laptop replacement from Microsoft.The post Surface Pro 3 – Episode 14 appeared first on The Device Pros.
31 minutes | May 12, 2014
TechEd 2014 Tips and Tricks – Episode 13 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
TechEd 2014 Tips and Tricks from The Device Pros In episode 13 Frank and Alfred share some great information about TechEd 2014 including suggested sessions to attend, who to look out for and even some of their tips and tricks when they attend Microsoft Conferences. Masters of All Things PCIT TechEd 2014 gathers giants in the […]The post TechEd 2014 Tips and Tricks – Episode 13 appeared first on The Device Pros.
30 minutes | Apr 22, 2014
Windows Intune – Episode 12 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Windows Intune and Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Episode 12 introduces Windows Intune as part of the SCCM 2012 R2 infrastructure solution. Windows Intune, of course, is not the next version of Zune, but can certainly help in managing access to corporate applications delivered to your preferred endpoint device as part of the BYOD initiative. Intune […]The post Windows Intune – Episode 12 appeared first on The Device Pros.
45 minutes | Apr 13, 2014
Windows 8.1 Update – Episode 11 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Windows 8.1 Update Released April 8, 2014 Its another great day at Microsoft with the release of Windows 8.1 Update for the general public. In episode 11 Frank and Alfred run through some of the awesome new features. If you haven’t already checked your system to look for some of these really cool updates, its […]The post Windows 8.1 Update – Episode 11 appeared first on The Device Pros.
23 minutes | Apr 3, 2014
Windows Phone 8.1 – Episode 10 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Windows Phone 8.1 Coming April 10th 2014 for Devs In episode 10 Frank and Alfred take a departure from normal show format to talk about the awesome new features in Windows Phone 8.1. Tune in to this episode to find out what’s new, what’s exciting and how to get it! There are just a few of the […]The post Windows Phone 8.1 – Episode 10 appeared first on The Device Pros.
31 minutes | Mar 20, 2014
People Centric IT – Episode 9 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
People Centric IT In episode 9 Frank and Alfred are back to talk about People Centric IT. Listen in to learn what it is, why you should be planning for it and in future podcasts, how to implement it. PCIT, What the heck does that mean? Microsoft is paving the way with a new approach […]The post People Centric IT – Episode 9 appeared first on The Device Pros.
6 minutes | Mar 19, 2014
ITPro.tv 30% Discount for IT Training - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
ITPro.tv 30% Discount for Unlimited Training! Here at The Device Pros we love learning and certification. So what’s better then all the training you can consume? Nothing! Because we love what the guys are doing over at ITPro.tv we setup a partnership with them to get our listeners an ITPro.tv 30% Discount for the life of […]The post ITPro.tv 30% Discount for IT Training appeared first on The Device Pros.
35 minutes | Mar 5, 2014
Microsoft Applocker – Episode 8 - The Device Pros Enterprise Mobility
Microsoft AppLocker not Software Restriction Policies In episode 8 Frank and Alfred invite Associate Consultant Simon Frost from Microsoft Consulting Services to talk about Microsoft AppLocker. AppLocker is a tool which allows administrators to specify what applications can run on a computer in their enterprise. It is deployed using group policy templates which makes it […]The post Microsoft Applocker – Episode 8 appeared first on The Device Pros.
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