Microsoft EMS Components: Microsoft Intune

Microsoft Intune (Image Credit: Microsoft)

This article is the third in the series “What is Microsoft Mobility Suite?” All enterprises should take advantage of mobility. But what does this mean? How can a company take control of the myriad of devices that are available out Continue reading Microsoft EMS Components: Microsoft Intune

Microsoft EMS Components: Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory SSO

This article is the second in the series and follows “What is Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite”. In this article, I’ll review Azure Active Directory and explain why it’s convenient for the enterprise. Azure Active Directory (AAD) is the cloud implementation of Continue reading Microsoft EMS Components: Azure Active Directory

What is Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite?

Enterprise Mobility Suite and Today’s Challenges to IT Pros (Image Credit: Microsoft)

Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) is a set of tools that are deeply integrated to provide you with all you need to administer, provision and secure the devices that are used in your enterprise. With EMS, you can manage smartphones, Continue reading What is Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite?

PC Industry Should Learn From Microsoft

Failure culture is not something you can find anywhere. Most businesses will expect a win right off the start. Really smart businesses will focus on failure: what, when, why, who failed. Then encourage their teams to analyze the failure; correct Continue reading PC Industry Should Learn From Microsoft

Why You Should Be Concerned By The Latest Security News – OpenSSL & HeartBleed

Last week’s announcement goes beyond the security community and you should not only be aware, but take some preventive measures. Read this article for the why and how this announcement affects you. First things first; what is open SSL?: It is Continue reading Why You Should Be Concerned By The Latest Security News – OpenSSL & HeartBleed

A “Calling From Windows Support” Scam

I recently received a call from a really helpful person. I was told my PC had some very serious errors. I had already heard of scammers trying to take advantage of unsuspecting non-technical users… so I played along to see Continue reading A “Calling From Windows Support” Scam

I Was In The News Tonight

Today was my first appearance in the local news, and it was for something positive! This blog post is going to be (somewhat) off-topic. While the subject of this article is about my first experience at a news set, the Continue reading I Was In The News Tonight

MacWorld Biased? Just Stick To The Facts Next Time!

I just read an article from Roman Loyola from January, earlier this year… a co-worker sent me this article as we have some users at work that use MacOS and we are evaluating moving from Google Apps into other email Continue reading MacWorld Biased? Just Stick To The Facts Next Time!

Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro – The Differences You Need To Know

At the end of this week Windows 8 will be released. You will be able to purchase the new OS to install on your existing PC or will be able to buy a new Windows device with the new OS Continue reading Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro – The Differences You Need To Know

Why Microsoft Should Sell MS Surface Starting at $399

Microsoft announced a few months back, the Microsoft Surface, which in its entry level will make use of the all new Windows 8 RT and ARM processors. Amazon has also announced the new Kindle Fire line, which will be bumped Continue reading Why Microsoft Should Sell MS Surface Starting at $399