December 11: Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) Resources at your fingertips

I know it’s a pompous title, but that still the idea behind what I want to show next.

As an IT-Pro I am used to staying up to date on the latest technology that I am working with. And with On-premises solutions like traditional ConfigMgr implementations, staying up to date is not too hard with a little bit of effort since new features and updates are not added daily as opposed to what is going on in the Cloud. Now for some time now I have been working with Cloud services like Microsoft Intune and eventually EMS after the suite was introduced and a challenge today is to stay ahead of the curve and be up to date on everything that happens with the Enterprise Mobility Suite from Microsoft and if you add all the cool solutions that other IT-Pros find and blog about, well it can be a bit blurry.

As I said, the cloud is evolving so fast with new features and services added daily and I created the Microsoft EMS Resources App to help myself and hopefully other IT-Pros staying up to date without too much effort where Microsoft EMS Resources is built to give a single place and/or stream of information about Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite.

It’s a community tool that offers a “single-pane-of-glass” into the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite where you have a single hub for all the necessary information to get you started with EMS and Hybrid-Cloud services.

The tool is offered in both Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Desktop stores.

Get it for free here or search in the store for Microsoft EMS Resources: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9nblggh6j3fq

The experience:

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Hope the app/tool can be usefull to others. Don’t hesitate to comment below if you have any questions or additional thoughts you want to add.

With that said I wish you all a merry Christmas and a Happy new year! Smilefjes


Comments (3):

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