Microsoft Talks About The Future Of Configuration Manager

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With System Center Configuration Manager, you can manage PCs and servers, keeping software up-to-date, setting configuration and security policies, and monitoring system status while giving your employees access to corporate applications on the devices that they choose. Through integration with Microsoft Intune, you can extend your existing System Center Configuration Manager infrastructure to manage corporate-connected PCs, Macs and Unix/Linux servers along with cloud-based mobile devices running Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, and Android, all from a single management console.

Today Microsoft announced more details on the future of ConfigMgr. Going forward, Microsoft will release frequent updates to ConfigMgr.

Our goals with ConfigMgr in this release cycle are all centered around finishing the work we started back in 2010 (when we were building ConfigMgr 2012) to deliver ConfigMgr as a service. We began that work as the way we would connect ConfigMgr and Intune to provide the single pane of glass for managing all devices. With this work now completed, and with ConfigMgr/Intune being delivered as services, here is what we are able to do for you:

  • Update ConfigMgr easily each and every time new Windows capabilities are released.
  • Update ConfigMgr each and every time updates or iOS and Android are released.
  • Deliver the single-pane-of-glass for managing all devices – with immediate support across Windows, iOS and Android without you have to go through complex individual upgrades. We’ll do the work for you.

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