Microsoft Intune Core Skills Jump Start

Can't make it at this time? Register for the rebroadcast at 11pm–3am PDT.

Doesn't it seem like there's a shiny new mobile device released every other day? And another story about someone losing one of those devices (along with 100,000 customer records)? As the IT superhero you are, you do everything you can to enable mobility, but it often comes down to a tradeoff between flexibility and security. We can help, as we look at the latest mobility features in Microsoft Intune, a born-in-the-cloud device management solution, including how you can integrate with the existing market leader in endpoint management, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), and manage mobile devices with Office 365.

In the second course of our Enterprise Mobility Core Skills training series, Microsoft Director of Program Management Michael Wallent, Technical Evangelist Simon May, and Microsoft engineers teach you how to enable BYOD by deploying a mobile device management (MDM) solution, effective across all the major platforms, impacting only information you care about. Plus, get your MDM and Intune questions answered!

Course Outline:

  • Instructor-Led v-Lab, Solution Demo
  • Microsoft Intune 101
  • Device Policies to Enable Mobile Device Management
  • Application Policies to Enable Mobile Application Management
  • Conditional Access to Company Resources
Instructor Team
Michael Wallent | Microsoft Director of Program Management
Michael Wallent is currently Microsoft Director of Program Management for the Enterprise Client Management Team within Cloud & Enterprise. In this capacity, Michael is responsible for the strategy development and execution of client-focused management and security solutions, including System Center Configuration Manager, Intune, Microsoft Application Virtualization, Remote Desktop, and Enterprise Desktop Virtualization.

Michael joined Microsoft in 1996 and worked on Internet Explorer versions 4, 5, 5.5 and 6. Early on, he focused on the development and design of the DHTML rendering engine, called Trident. During 2000, he became increasingly involved in the privacy implications of Internet technologies and, as a result of this work, he was invited in 2001 to testify in front of the U.S. House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection on best practices surrounding privacy implications for technology in this space.

From there, Michael jumpstarted the Longhorn wave, forming the nucleus of what would become the Windows Client Platform and Documents team. This team delivered key components of Windows Vista, including Windows Presentation Foundation, XPS, and the Desktop Window Manager. Michael moved to the Server and Tools Business in 2007 as General Manager of the Windows Manageability team, which included core manageability and MDOP components. Since 2010, Michael has worked on the Enterprise Client management space.

Michael graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in computer science.
Simon May | Microsoft Technical Evangelist: Infrastructure, IT Pro, Technical, Client, and Cloud | @simonster

Simon May has more than 10 years of experience in IT for financial institutions, utility, and the healthcare sector. He has done everything from helpdesk support, desktop and server support and deployment, critical issue recovery and service, and process management. He has been an Evangelist with Microsoft for four years, concentrating on how IT Professionals can embrace the enterprise mobility management and the latest devices. Simon can be found writing for Microsoft TechNet and non-Microsoft publications, on the Channel 9 Edge show, and speaking around the world.

Live Event Details
April 23, 2015
9am–1pm (or watch from 11pm–3am PDT)
What: Fast-paced live virtual session
Cost: Free
Audience: IT Pros looking at enterprise mobility, Microsoft Intune, and Windows 10

An interest in securing and managing mobile apps and devices

Enterprise Mobility Core Skills