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Today I’d like to pause for a moment and thank all the thousands of customers and partners —businesses of all sizes – who have signed up for the Windows Intune beta and used it to manage your Windows PCs. We appreciate the time you’ve taken to use this new cloud service, as well as the feedback you’ve given us through the forums and your own blogs.
As of today we’re no longer signing up new users for the Windows Intune beta; however, current beta participants can continue to use the Windows Intune beta and provide feedback until the next release.
So far, beta testers have told us they really see the benefits of a cloud solution that they can get up and running quickly from anywhere they have an Internet connection. They also told us that they expect Windows Intune will help them be more efficient because it includes multiple tools, including anti-malware protection, all in a single interface. We’ve also gotten lots of other great feedback on functionality that they would like to see in the future.
We’ll use the ongoing feedback from our current beta testers to help ensure we deliver Windows Intune with the highest possible quality and ecosystem readiness. We expect Windows Intune to be generally available in 2011. If you would like to be notified of future Windows Intune releases please sign up here.
To learn more about how Windows Intune will help simplify how businesses manage and secure PCs using Windows cloud services, and to hear from some of the customers and partners who are using the beta, visit www.windowsintune.com.
Stay tuned and thank you again for your participation.
Will the API be published at the same time in 2011?