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If you’re a Windows for Your Business blog reader, I probably don’t have to tell you how dramatically the way we work has changed. Employees expect their PCs to work efficiently, whether they’re in the office or on the road, so they have the tools they need to get their jobs done. They need access to their information and resources regardless of where they’re working. They want to use their computers for both work and personal use. At the same time, businesses need to ensure that PCs are highly secure and well-managed to help protect corporate data and assets, reduce support calls and streamline the cost of delivering routine management and security.
This is where Windows Intune can help – Windows Intune brings together Windows cloud services and a Windows 7 Enterprise subscription to help businesses simplify PC management and security, all while getting the benefits of a modern operating system. At Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference in July, we announced the beta for the next release of Windows Intune. Today we are excited to share with you that our next release of Windows Intune, which includes the new features and updates of the July 2011 beta, will be available on October 17 of this year!
We hope you have been enjoying your experience with the beta and we thank those of you who have provided valuable feedback. If you aren’t familiar with the service I encourage you to learn more about Windows Intune and see how it can help your business. As a reminder, each update we make to Windows Intune is built on the previous version, so customers will always get the latest features regardless of when the service was purchased.
Here is a quick reminder of some of the features included in the next version – and these are just a few of them. For a full list of features visit Windows Intune on Springboard.
How do you get this next release?
If you’d like to get in touch with a Microsoft partner to help navigate the Windows Intune waters for your business, visit the Microsoft Pinpoint site for a full list of partners in your area.
Windows Intune can help solve several business challenges and delivers the best Windows experience. I hope you’ll check it out and see how it could be useful in your business.
Excellent! We look forward to the new features. Thank you for sharing the information.
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This program epitomizes ease of use and does an excellent job in building from the simple to the complex. The only thing that I would like to see in any of the next program editions is that the adaptive recall exercises be able to span the different levels. Some people might say it's not necessary to go back to simple levels once the more complex are mastered, http://www.ofrosettastone.com/ but I think it helps to lock in concepts learned earlier if they are reviewed again after they are practiced at more complex levels.
I also wish there were more complex and interactive conversation scenarios.