How to Shift: Modern Desktop Deployment | Microsoft Ignite 2018

published 1 year ago by Microsoft Mechanics

Are you ready to deploy Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus using your preferred deployment tools? In this show CVP Brad Anderson is joined by deployment expert and host Jeremy Chapman to share real-world and proven deployment recommendations for how to shift to a modern desktop. Find out what's new, what's changed, and learn the best practices. We'll focus on System Center Configuration Manager for OS Deployment, Windows Analytics for device and app readiness, Office 365 ProPlus Click-to-Run, OneDrive Known Folder Move as a new option to sync user files, Windows Autopilot for new PC acquisition and we'll cover the Windows as a Service model along with Upgrade Task Sequences for scale. To learn more visit the Modern Desktop Deployment Center at: https:/aka.ms/howtoshift And follow the Desktop Deployment Essentials series at: https:/aka.ms/WatchHowToShift Session THR2320 - Filmed Monday, September 24, 17:45 EDT at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Florida. Subject Matter Expert: Brad Anderson is the Corporate Vice President of the Enterprise Client & Mobility (ECM) team responsible for the Enterprise Mobility Suite, System Center Configuration Manager and Remote Desktop Service. Brad’s organization focuses on enabling organizations to empower their users to achieve more on the devices they love while protecting company data. The organization prides itself on being customer-focused, data-driven, and operating with a growth mindset. Since joining Microsoft in 2003, Brad has also worked as CVP of the Windows Server & System Center products and built multiple billion dollar businesses at Microsoft. Brad writes regularly on his blog, In the Cloud. Prior to Microsoft, Brad spent 12 years at Novell, most recently serving as Vice President and General Manager of the ZENworks product line. Outside of work Brad spends time with his wife Kim, their 5 children and their two sons-in-law.

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