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Securing Teams with built-in apps in Microsoft Endpoint Manager

With about 42% of the U.S. labor force working remotely, managing devices has become more important than ever. Luckily, Microsoft has made great advancements in device management capabilities, many of which we’ll discuss today. In this blog, we’ll go over four main areas of Endpoint Management: Creating an app deployment Securing the app (conditional access […]

Microsoft 365: Deploying Office 365 ProPlus with Intune

Along with the launch of Microsoft 365, Microsoft recently announced the ability to deploy Office 365 ProPlus applications from the cloud with Intune. As Microsoft puts it, “This development marks the first step towards having simple and enterprise-ready ProPlus deployment capabilities with Intune with more enhancements to come in the near future.” Check out this […]

The Intranet in the Age of BYOD

Think back to your childhood, we all had that parent, teacher, aunt, or uncle who’s answer was always NO! Until recently this was the answer of most IT organizations when it came to bringing your own device to the table. Can I get my email on my phone? No! Can I access the intranet from […]

System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Webinar Replay

On Wednesday, we hosted a webinar on what’s new in System Center Configuration Manager 2012, from 2007 up to and through the new R2 release. During the webinar, Bryon Burkhardt, a lead Microsoft infrastructure consultant here at Perficient, covered an impressive amount of content during the one hour call. Bryon shared how System Center 2012 R2 Configuration […]

ZDNet Highlights Perficient’s Cloud and Healthcare Expertise

It was exciting to read Heather Clancy‘s post on this morning, ‘Perficient’s Cloud Prescription for Healthcare Companies‘ highlighting Perficient’s Cloud & Healthcare expertise.  From Heather’s post, which can be read here [Perficient] was named in July as both the software developer’s U.S. Partner of the Year and also as [Microsoft’s] top provider for delivering healthcare […]

CIO’s – BYOD nightmares solved with Windows Intune

Walking around new and existing client offices and buildings, I take note of what sort and type of devices staff are using these days.  It really is such a plethora of mobile types, laptops, tablets and of course desktops.  Then I think about the huge growth in the remote-office worker and know there is even […]

Solve BYOD Nightmares with Intune: Webinar Recap & Replay

On Wednesday we hosted a webinar that covered how and why Windows Intune can be a great solution to address growing concerns driven by the current trend towards Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to work.  Steve Andrews, a senior solutions architect in Perficient’s Microsoft infrastructure practice talked about the challenges many companies face today, often […]

Perficient adds to US Partner of the Year Award with Cloud Honors

The Perficient team was represented in force at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Houston last week, where we were honored as Microsoft’s US Partner of the Year award winner.  In addition Perficient was thrilled to win three additional awards, validating our  Cloud expertise and commitment.  From the news release which can be read here […]

Upcoming Webinar: Solve BYOD Nightmares with Windows Intune

If you are looking for assistance on your organization’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiative, join us on Wednesday, August 14, at 1 PM CT for the webinar, Solve BYOD Nightmares with Windows Intune. Windows Intune supports your BYOD initiatives by giving employees the apps they need, optimizing software distribution while helping to keep their […]

Gartner says BYOD Mandatory By 2017:Is Windows Intune The Answer?

According to a recent article I read, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) will become Mandatory by 2017 according to Gartner ! Wow that can really become an issue for companies that are not prepared to manage such an idea. We all know that BYOD has been gaining ground for some time with tablets and smart phones. […]

Use Windows Intune to Install Office 365 Client Software

If you have a Windows Intune environment and are moving to Office 365, Intune will make this move a lot easier on getting the client machines ready. You can use Windows Intune to run reports, to gather information on machines in your current environment, and to verify software requirements that are needed before deployment. Then you […]

Windows Intune Remote Assistance Dropped For Windows 8

Remote Assistance is a great feature in Windows Intune; it’s a feature that a lot of companies are excited about. A user can go to the self-service portal and choose to allow a service technician to access their machine. Sounds great, unless you run Windows 8. Microsoft Intune D no longer supports Windows 8 Remote Assistance. However, it still supports […]

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