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Last July, we announced the availability of the second beta of Windows Intune, Microsoft’s cloud solution for PC management. In the fall, we told you that Windows Intune would be available in 2011. Today, I’m excited to announce that on March 23, Windows Intune will be available for purchase or a free 30–day trial in more than 35 countries.
In case you’re not familiar with Windows Intune, it is a comprehensive PC management solution designed to meet essential management needs for organizations of all types and sizes, from small and mid-sized businesses to large enterprises.
Windows Intune builds on our history of delivering cloud services at scale, including Hotmail and Windows Update, and leverages Microsoft’s cloud experience with Azure, Dynamics CRM Online and Office 365 to give our customers the best Windows experience possible by providing the tools IT professionals need to ensure their employees can be productive and secure from virtually anywhere. Windows Intune also includes upgrade rights to Windows 7 Enterprise, so customers can standardize on a single version of Windows, making management of their PC environment easier and more efficient.
On March 23, we invite you to join us at the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas or tune in to www.windowsintune.com (which should get updated later today) as we introduce the final version of Windows Intune and celebrate its commercial availability in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad & Tobago, United Kingdom and United States.
For now, we encourage you to sign up for Windows Intune notifications, where you can find information about the upcoming free 30 day trial. Partners, be sure to visit https://partner.microsoft.com/windowsintune to learn how you can add Windows Intune to your catalog of products and services.
We thank the thousands of beta users from around the world for their feedback, suggestions and ideas – we are excited to introduce the final version of Windows Intune to you. Beta testers currently using the second beta of Windows Intune can continue using the beta until April 18.
We’re very excited to release the final version of Windows Intune and look forward to hearing how Windows Intune is helping your business simplify PC management and amplify productivity and savings.