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The podcast for anyone who is passionate about IT. We go deep into the technologies you live with, and the people that build, deploy and manage these. Each week we offer a critical voice, ranging from your IT peers, Microsoft insiders and industry leaders
Episodes (Total: 26)
March 16, 2017
Register for the #CXOsummit17 as industry leaders will discuss new innovations and #digitaltransformationDate: Wednesday, March 29thTime: 8:15am – 11:30am PT / 11:15am-2:30pm PTOn Wednesday, March 29th join Microsoft online as we livestream the first 3 hours of the CXO Summit from the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, WA. This event is invitation only and sold out, but that doesn’t mean you need to miss out on the action!Catch our keynote speaker, Andrew McAfee, MIT research scientist plus all our morning sessions.Join this event to learn about:New technology trends like artificial intelligence and blockchain that will affect the way your business operates and engages customersStrategies for keeping your organization secure against cyberthreatsCustomer-centric marketing in the new digital ageThe opportunities presented by the combination of LinkedIn with MicrosoftBe sure to stay engaged and connect with your peers! Follow us on Twitter @MSFT_Business and share your thoughts and questions during the event using #CXOsummit17.Save the date and register to join us!
Oct. 18, 2016 · 00:21:11
PASS Summit 2016 - the world’s largest conference for SQL Server and BI Professionals - is happening October 25th-28th in Seattle, WA.  Join Jennifer Moser, Lara Rubbelke, Chantel Gipe, Buck Woody,Thomas LaRock and Chuck Heinzelman as they discuss what you can you expect to see at this year’s conference. From big announcements, keynote addresses, networking and career building opportunities – this is one event you don’t want to miss![2:49] Data Science. Is that still a thing? [4:03] If someone went to PASS Summit in the past, why should they go again?[6:50] What's going on at the SQL Clinic this year?[9:21] Is PASS Summit for Developers?[11:49] What's the one thing you want attendees to prepare for at PASS Summit 2016?[17:09] Besides bacon, why else should people attend?[18:54] Keynotes!! Who's speaking this year?Why Attend? Click here and learn more__________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Cloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blog Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
Sept. 8, 2016 · 00:14:37
Steve Reay, Senior Program Manager, talks about how Microsoft IT approached the upgrade to Office 365 ProPlus 2016 across the company and recommends key considerations to keep in mind when planning a deployment. He addresses using System Center Configuration Manager to automate the upgrade process and discusses how update channels make it easy to deploy ongoing Office updates.[1:38] How did Microsoft approach this Office 365 upgrade? [2:50] What are the different ways you can now upgrade Office?[8:15] Can you tell us more about how you used SCCM to manage this upgrade?[9:13] What is your channel management strategy and how does the update model compare to the MSI products?   [10:12] What were some of your biggest challenges with the deployment and update management of Office 365 ProPlus?  [12:36] What are the key things that Enterprises need to keep in mind when planning their Office 365 upgrade?Learn more here. Check out Microsoft IT Showcase If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Microsoft.com/ITShowcaseDeployment approach overviewUpdate process overviewGitHub Office deployment/management scripts Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
Aug. 17, 2016 · 00:21:46
Yung Chou welcomes Sr. Program Manager, David Johnson to the show as they discuss how Microsoft IT migrated over 185,000 internal SharePoint sites and portals to the cloud. Learn how Microsoft IT approached their move to the cloud as they share best practices, tips and tricks and lessons learned that you can take to your own IT environment.[2:10] How did Microsoft approach their move to the cloud?[5:10] What are some migration options to moving to the cloud?[10:45] What was the biggest challenges you faced?    [13:45] How did Microsoft decide which sites to migrate?[16:17] Any tips on how to assess your on-premise assets?[18:53] How did you address any security concerns for moving to the cloud?Check out the Technical Case Study here: ”SharePoint to the cloud: Learn how Microsoft ran its own migration” If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Microsoft.com/ITShowcaseThe Microsoft IT Portals Journey, On-Premises to Office 365Microsoft IT shares cloud migration insightsOptimizing network performance for Microsoft Office 365Reinventing the modern business ecosystemHow Microsoft IT manages and governs the internal SharePoint environmentHow Microsoft IT uses Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365Check for roundtable SharePoint discussionsSharePoint Online pricingSharePoint product site: Learn the new way to work together  Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
July 5, 2016 · 00:32:35
NASA’s Chief Astronaut, Chris Cassidy joins the TechNet Radio crew for an out-of-this-world discussion around space exploration, technology and science.[0:45] How did you get started? You studied mathematics at the Naval Academy, then engineering at MIT --- why did you pursue this field?[6:40] What are your thoughts on how computers and humans interact now?[8:41] How do you see new advancements in technology like Artificial Intelligence or robotics making an impact in space exploration?[26:30] What can aspiring astronauts do to become real astronauts?Learn more about NASA, click here__________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:NASA Space Apps ChallengeNASA EducationThe Mars Generation Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 24, 2016 · 00:40:01
Concluding our Microsoft Azure for Amazon AWS Cloud Professionals series, Keith Mayer and Gerald Tiu shows us three ways to migrate to Microsoft Azure.[1:24] Do you have control over code deployment? If not, how do you go about migrating Linux workloads to Azure?[27:30] DEMO: Using Azure Site Recovery to migrate Windows VMsAdditional ResourcesStep-by-Step: Migrate Linux VMs from Amazon AWS to Microsoft AzureStep-by-Step: Migrate Windows VMs from Amazon AWS to Microsoft AzureMigrate Windows VMs from Amazon AWS to Microsoft Azure using Azure Site RecoveryTransfer data with the AzCopy Command-Line UtilityIntroducing the Azure Storage Data Movement LibraryPlanning for Costs with Microsoft Azure Pricing CalculatorCreate your FREE Azure Account with $200 in Cloud CreditLearn and Explore the Microsoft Cloud with a FREE IT Pro Cloud Essentials SubscriptionIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Keith Mayer's BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogIT Pro Cloud Essentials Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 22, 2016 · 01:05:07
In Part 4 of our Microsoft Azure for Amazon AWS Cloud Professionals series, Keith Mayer and Gerald Tiu discuss Virtual Machines, Scale Sets and Containers.[1:45] Let’s chat about the main compute continuum differences found between Azure and AWS  [19:30] DEMO: Virtual Machines+ Provision new Linux VM via portal+ Export Template+ Using Azure CLI to provision & manage VMs[46:46] DEMO: Manage VMs as a group with Scale Sets+ Provision new Scale Set via the Azure Portal[57:18] DEMO: How to create and maintain Containers with the Azure Container ServiceAdditional ResourcesMicrosoft Azure and Amazon Web Services – Terminology MappingAzure Learning Path for Virtual MachinesVirtual Machine Scale SetsAzure Container ServicePlanning for Costs with Microsoft Azure Pricing CalculatorCreate your FREE Azure Account with $200 in Cloud CreditLearn and Explore the Microsoft Cloud with a FREE IT Pro Cloud Essentials SubscriptionIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Keith Mayer's BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogIT Pro Cloud Essentials Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 20, 2016 · 00:30:44
In Part 3 of our Microsoft Azure for Amazon AWS Cloud Professionals series, Keith Mayer and Gerald Tiu discuss the various storage options and features available in Microsoft Azure.[1:50] What’s the difference between Standard and Premium Storage?[17:20] DEMO: How to setup and manage an Azure Storage accountAdditional ResourcesMicrosoft Azure and Amazon Web Services – Terminology MappingAzure Storage Azure Premium Storage PlanningPlanning for Costs with Microsoft Azure Pricing CalculatorCreate your FREE Azure Account with $200 in Cloud CreditLearn and Explore the Microsoft Cloud with a FREE IT Pro Cloud Essentials SubscriptionIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Keith Mayer's BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogIT Pro Cloud Essentials Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 15, 2016 · 00:51:49
In Part 2 of our Microsoft Azure for Amazon AWS Cloud Professionals series, Keith Mayer and Gerald Tiu take us through an in-depth comparison of the networking components between Azure and AWS as well as a comprehensive step-by step walkthrough of how to build VNets and Subnets, Hybrid Connectivity, Network Security groups and much, much more!  [1:50] How do Azure and AWS networking components compare to each other?[3:38] DEMO: Networking Step-by-Step+ Build a VNET and Subnets + Hybrid Connectivity + Network Security Groups + Virtual Appliances and User-Defined Routing + Public IP Address + Load BalancingAdditional ResourcesMicrosoft Azure and Amazon Web Services – Terminology MappingGetting Started with Azure Virtual NetworksPlanning for Costs with Microsoft Azure Pricing CalculatorCreate your FREE Azure Account with $200 in Cloud CreditLearn and Explore the Microsoft Cloud with a FREE IT Pro Cloud Essentials SubscriptionIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Keith Mayer's BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogIT Pro Cloud Essentials Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS 
June 13, 2016 · 00:43:32
As the leading public cloud platforms, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) each offer businesses a broad and deep set of capabilities with global coverage. Yet many organizations choose to use both platforms together for greater choice and flexibility, as well as to spread their risk and dependencies with a multi-cloud approach. Consulting companies and software vendors may also want to build on and use both Azure and AWS as this combination represents the majority of the cloud market demand.To help decide which platform is right for your needs, we’re kicking off a new 5 part mini-series today showcasing and demoing Microsoft Azure features as well as comparing them to Amazon Web Services to see how they match up. [2:40] What are some of the compelling reasons that you’ve seen customers and partners choose Azure as their cloud platform?[4:50] How different is Azure from other cloud providers, such as AWS?[13:38] When building solutions for Azure, is it very different then from other cloud platforms?[36:02] This all sounds great, but how much does Azure cost?[40:15] Where can people go to get started with their own Azure subscription?Additional Resources:Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services – Terminology MappingPlanning for Azure Subscription and Service Limits and QuotasPlanning for Costs with Microsoft Azure Pricing CalculatorCreate your FREE Azure Account with $200 in Cloud CreditLearn and Explore the Microsoft Cloud with a FREE IT Pro Cloud Essentials SubscriptionSee the rest of the series here:Part 1: Getting StartedPart 2: NetworkingPart 3: StoragePart 4: Virtual Machines, VM Scale Sets and ContainersPart 5: Migrating to AzureIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Keith Mayer's BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogIT Pro Cloud Essentials Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 10, 2016 · 00:55:08
There are benefits to be gained when patterns and practices from developer techniques are applied to operations. For example, a fully automated solution where infrastructure is managed as code and all changes are automatically validated before reaching production. This is a process shift that is recognized among industry innovators.Join Yung Chou, Michael Greene and Steven Murawski from Chef as they discuss how the Release Pipeline Model can be applied to better manage Windows Server and the Microsoft Cloud.[2:00] How does Chef, DevOps and the Release Pipeline Model play together?[3:20] What are the major components of the Release Pipeline Model and how do I get started?[22:18] Can you take us through a step-by-step walkthrough of how this looks like in action?Want to learn more about this topic? Download the Whitepaper here!____________________________________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Yung Chou's BlogSteven Murawski’s BlogChef for WindowsChef + Microsoft AzureLearn more: Managing Your Systems on Microsoft Azure with Chef  Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 8, 2016 · 00:21:42
Join Yung Chou and Kevin Remde as they discuss some of the security enhancements made for Windows 10 with regards to Identity and Access, Information Protection and Threat Resistance with Device Guard.____________________________________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Yung Chou's BlogKevin Remde's BlogRelated Resources:Deployment PlanningServicing Options Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
June 8, 2016 · 00:14:53
If a disaster strikes, what is your business continuity plan? It’s a question that lurks in the deepest darkest bowels of every organization and strikes fear in the hearts and mind of every IT Professional. Join Jennelle Crothers and Brian Lewis for part 2 in this 2 part series and learn how you can use the Microsoft datacenters as an integral parts of your Disaster Recovery Plan.[2:00] How does Azure Site Recovery work?[5:58] DEMO: Azure Site RecoveryIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Jennelle Crothers’ blog Brian Lewis’ BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blog
June 6, 2016 · 00:30:45
If a disaster strikes, what is your business continuity plan? It’s a question that lurks in the deepest darkest bowels of every organization and strikes fear in the hearts and mind of every IT Professional. Join Jennelle Crothers and Brian Lewis for part 1 in this 2 part series and learn how you can use the Microsoft datacenters as an integral parts of your Disaster Recovery Plan.[1:50] What is a Business Continuity Plan?[5:20] What are some ways you can protect your data?[9:58] DEMO: How does Azure Backup work?If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Jennelle Crothers’ blog Brian Lewis’ BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blog
June 2, 2016 · 00:19:59
With over 450 million fans spread out across the globe, how could Real Madrid create meaningful connections with its extraordinary fan base? This was the unique challenge Microsoft was issued and through Microsoft Cloud solutions consisting of Azure, Dynamics CRM and Power BI, Real Madrid was able to embrace a truly innovative digital transformation throughout its entire organization. Join Blain Barton and Mike Downey as they take us through Real Madrid’s unique fan experience based on technological solutions delivered by Microsoft.[1:35] Can you give us an overview of Microsoft and Real Madrid's relationship?[4:55] How can Microsoft technologies help Real Madrid better connect to their fans?[5:20] Can you describe the Fan Engagement Platform for us? How does it work and what technologies was it built with?[7:30] Let's talk about the video platform experience. What are we doing there?[12:00] How about the cross-platform app that was created --- how was that built?[17:59] What's next for Real Madrid and Microsoft?______________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Blain Barton's BlogVideos:(Part 1) To the Cloud! What the Cloud can do for your Business(Part 2) To the Cloud! Getting Started with Office 365(Part 3) To the Cloud! Storing your files in the cloud with OneDrive for Business(Part 4) To the Cloud! Keeping track of customers with Microsoft Dynamics CRM(Part 5) To the Cloud! Managing Devices in the Cloud with Microsoft Intune(Part 6) To the Cloud! Building and Running Servers without the Hardware(Part 7) To the Cloud! Understanding Server Manager(Part 8) To the Cloud! Running Windows Applications Remotely(Part 9) To the Cloud! Giving Users Access to Third-Party Applications(Part 10) To the Cloud! Building a Website for Your Business(Part 11) To the Cloud! Building a Windows App Using Windows App Studio Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
May 28, 2016 · 00:26:55
The Mars Generation is a one-of-a-kind nonprofit organization founded by 18-year-old Abigail Harrison, known to many as Astronaut Abby. At 13 years old, Abby was embraced by the space community as a leader of her generation, the Mars generation. At the age of 15, Abby built an outreach program now called the Future of Space to excite kids and adults about space and STEM. Join Dan Stolts as he welcomes Abby to the show as they discuss how and why she created “The Mars Generation” as well as offers her perspective on STEM, STEAM and the importance of Women in Technology.[1:16] Tell us about yourself and what is the "Mars Generation?[5:10] What's  your perspective on the importance of Women in Technology?[8:40] Can you tell us about the 3 different programs you run in "The Mars Generation"?[11:14] Why did you create the Mars Generation and how did you launch it?Learn more about The Mars Generation. Click here__________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Dan Stolts Blog ITProGuru.comMore Great Video Content From Dan StoltsLearn more! ITProGuru.com/Join Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
May 27, 2016 · 00:17:41
Stefan Kummert shares how User Experience Services used Power BI to capture and analyze real-time feedback about internal apps, providing business intelligence and enabling data visualization, leading to informed decisions about application solutions.[1:04] Tell me about you and what your team does[1:54] How many listening systems do you currently work with?[4:50] How much data do we capture from those listening systems in a month or year?[7:01] Tell me more about the backend solution you've created that captures this data? What kind of format are we talking about here?[8:05] So now that you can effectively manage this data in a central environment, how do you cleanse it and make any sense of that data?[9:50] Now that you know what the data is means, how did you successfully create your visualization solution to enable your business owners to make effective business decisions around that data?[11:31] DEMO: Can you show us what this looks like?[15:42] What does your technology roadmap look like?Learn more about Microsoft Power BI – Click here.__________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Tommy Patterson’s BlogCloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogEnterprise Mobility BlogExperience what’s next in Power BI --- click hereVideos:Microsoft Virtual Academy – Cloud Data Training Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
May 26, 2016 · 00:37:14
Your environment can be protected by automating the replication of the virtual machines based on policies that you set and control. Azure Site Recovery can protect Hyper-V, VMware and physical servers and you can use Azure or your secondary datacenter as your recovery site.Join Keith Mayer and Jennelle Crothers  as they take us through this in-depth step-by-step demo on how to get started and use Azure Site Recovery in your environment.[1:17] What is Azure Site Recovery and how can it benefit my organization?[4:37 ] DEMO: How to use Azure Site RecoveryIf you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Keith Mayer's BlogJennelle Crothers’ blog Cloud Solutions HubBuilding Clouds blogVideos:(Part 1) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage Foundation(Part 2) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Hyper-V Enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2(Part 3) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Networking Enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2(Part 4) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Managing Cloud Foundations with Windows Server 2012 R2(Part 5) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Building a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure with Windows Server 2012 R2(Part 6) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Networking in System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager(Part 7) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Managing Storage with System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager(Part 8) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Build Your Compute Fabric with System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager(Part 9) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Getting Started with the Windows Azure Pack(Part 10) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Windows Azure Pack Remote Console Support(Part 11) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Service Management Automation(Part 12) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Windows Azure Pack and the Virtual Machine Role Gallery(Part 13) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Cross-Premises Virtual Networking with Site-to-Site VPN and ExpressRoute(Part 14) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Disaster Recovery to the Cloud with Azure Site Recovery(Part 15) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Getting Started with Automating the Hybrid Cloud using PowerShell(Part 16) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Migrating Applications to Microsoft Azure from Hyper-V, VMware, Amazon AWS & Physical Servers(Part 17) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - End-to-End IaaS Workload Provisioning in the Cloud with Azure Automation and PowerShell DSC(Part 18) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Automated Provisioning for Linux in the Cloud with Microsoft Azure(Part 19) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Monitoring and Alerting for Azure Workloads(Part 20) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Protecting Data with Encryption – Part 1(Part 21) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Protecting Data with Encryption – Part 2(Part 22) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Orchestrating a Hybrid Cloud with Chef and Azure(Part 23) Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Azure Key Vault(Part 24) Getting Started with Azure Resource Manager(Part 26) Delegating Management in the Cloud with Azure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)(Part 27) Nested Virtualization in Windows Server 2016(Part 28) Getting Started with Microsoft Azure Stack
May 24, 2016 · 00:41:26
Anywhere, Anytime on Any Device. It’s the foundation and the core belief system for a completely accessible future where users can connect and be productive anytime they want. But how do we get there and what are the potential ramifications for providing this type of access?Join Kevin Remde, Matt McSpirit, Joe Breslin and Thomas Willingham as they discuss how technologies like Remote Desktop Services (RDS) have evolved to provide the world with greater accessibility and productivity.[3:45] I said “Remote Computing”, but are we really just talking about the old Terminal Services / Remote Desktop kind of thing?[15:40] How about security breaches? What do we have to consider here with this type of anywhere anytime level access?[11:40] What reasons are people giving for NOT wanting to go this direction?[29:47] Let’s talk scenarios… where can we see RDS impacting more tangible items? IoT? Devices? Where can we go with this?Next Steps:Learn how you can achieve more with an accessible futureWatch! Top 10 Reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016 #4: Remote Desktop ServicesRun Windows desktops and applications on any device at scale__________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Kevin Remde's BlogMatt McSpirit’s BlogRemote Desktop Services Blog  Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
May 18, 2016
Yung Chou and Tommy Patterson show us how to get started using nested virtualization within Windows 10 from its benefits to its features and everything else in between.[4:50] DEMO: Getting started with nested Hyper-V Virtualization in Windows 10____________________________________________________If you're interested in learning more about the products or solutions discussed in this episode, click on any of the below links for free, in-depth information:Websites & Blogs:Yung Chou's BlogTommy Patterson’s BlogRelated Resources:Deployment PlanningServicing Options Follow the conversation @MS_ITPro Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MicrosoftITPro Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, or RSS
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