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Announcing: Taming Android and iOS with Enterprise Mobility Suite Jumpstart on MVA

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On December 8, 2014 my friend Simon May and I recorded (while presenting live) a Microsoft Virtual Academy “Jumpstart” session all about how to manage iOS and Android devices with Microsoft solutions.  We divided the topic up into 4 modules, to introduce the topic and the fundamentals, as well as to cover iOS and Android device management in greater depth.  We covered how Microsoft products and solutions such as Windows Server, Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager can be used to grant secured, managed access to corporate resources for those users who “BYOD”; their iPhones, iPads, or Android devices. 

Here is the landing page:

http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/taming-android-and-ios-with-enterprise-mobility-suite

“Kevin, did you have a cold?”

Ugh.. I was in the 2nd week of a pretty annoying chest cold.  I hope the editors were able to edit out the random hacking and coughing.  I felt fine otherwise.  And <knock on Surface Type Cover> I and healthy now.

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