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Windows Intune, a fine and new addition to Microsoft Cloud Services

Posted by cloudservicesforbusiness on July 9, 2010

Interested in managing your PCs from anywhere, supporting end-users remotely, or just keeping track of your assets?  Look at Windows Intune, the Microsoft cloud service has not released yet but is very promising. We had the privilege of working with a few of our customers during the previous month to manage them through a beta; upon completion of the program the feedback was overwhelmingly positive.

If you are interested in learning more about Windows Intune from a partner and would like us to send you updates about the services please submit your information here http://www.trymsonline.com/windows-intune.aspx

Microsoft’s Top 5 Reasons to Try Windows Intune

1.      Achieve big-tech results with a small-tech investment. Designed to fit businesses without a large IT infrastructure, Windows Intune is an all-in-one solution that includes PC management, malware protection, and Windows upgrades rolled into one easy purchase. With minimal overhead, simple billing, and no formal training required, it's easy to get started and maintain.

2.      Get the best Windows experience. Upgrade to Windows 7 Enterprise or run a prior release—it's your choice. As long as your subscription remains active, you'll receive upgrade rights to the latest operating system, so you won't need to worry about buying upgrade licenses when the time comes.

3.      Identify issues before they impact business. Windows Intune sends alerts that notify you when you've got a threat or if a critical update was unsuccessful—so you can fix it before your PCs become vulnerable.

4.      Help manage and secure your PCs from virtually anywhere. Through a simple Web-based console, your IT staff can provide remote assistance, centrally manage updates, and proactively help protect PCs from malware threats, so your employees can stay focused on the business.

5.      Diagnose and repair even unbootable PCs. Using the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT), available to download for Windows Intune customers, administrators can recover data from PCs that have become unusable. It helps you rapidly diagnose probable causes of issues and quickly repair unbootable or locked-out systems.

Additional Resources

Windows Intune website

Watch the Windows Intune Overview Video

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