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Every quarter Microsoft awards community leaders around the world with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award. Every first of April I am up for renewal, yesterday I received the (most wanted) email that I have received the Microsoft MVP Award for the fifth time in a row. So cool and honored that I have received this award again and that I am part of the Enterprise Mobility (Configuration Manager / Microsoft Intune / Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite) community! Thanks to all of you that visit my blog, attending my sessions around the world and providing me from feedback, without you this wasn’t even possible!

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mmsAfter a full, interesting, awesome and very busy MVP Summit in Seattle this year I flew with many other MVPs to Minneapolis for the Midwest Management Summit. The Midwest Management Summit is organized by the Minnesota System Center User Group with the help of many volunteers, in other words a real community event!

And what a nice event it is! Like last year very laid back and after the session is done there is no rush to make place for the following speaker, no the attendees have the option to have a Q&A for 45 minutes.

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The Easter weekend ended very great after getting two sessions at IT/Dev Connections approved. IT/Dev Connections will be held like last year in the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, the place where more than 1.500 IT Pros will be learning all about SQL, Exchange, Windows, System Center, Azure, Intune, EMS and more 🙂 The place to be in September if you ask me.

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Every quarter Microsoft awards community leaders around the world with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award. Every first of April I am up for renewal, today I received the (most wanted) email that I have received the Microsoft MVP Award for the fourth time in a row. So cool and honored that I have received this award again and that I am part of the Enterprise Client Management (Configuration Manager / Windows Intune / EMS) community! Thanks to all of you that visit my blog, attending my sessions and providing me from feedback, without you this wasn’t even possible!

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What a great list of speakers next week.

What a great list of speakers next week.

This Friday I will be leaving for Las Vegas where the IT/Dev Connections conference will be held in the Aria Hotel. Next week I will be presenting a session together with fellow Enterprise Client Management MVP Greg Ramsey about the Company Portal(s) of Windows Intune and Configuration Manager 2012 R2. Learn when and how to use them, learn what you are able to do with it and learn how to troubleshoot all the different portals on different devices. Yep we prepared some nice demos 😉

Be sure to attend our session, we will be able to give some Mastering System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager books from Sybex away.

If you want to learn about what the IT/Dev Connections conference will bring you, download here the Conference Guide. If you do not have a ticket yet, be quick and join us next week use SOCIAL14 to save $200!

So honored to be awarded for the third time in a row as an Enterprise Client Management Microsoft MVP! So cool that I have received this award again and to be part of the Enterprise Client Management (Configuration Manager & Windows Intune) community. Thanks to all of you that visit my blog, without you this wasn’t even possible!

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Hooray! 🙂 After months of work, my new book is finally available on Amazon. This book, which I wrote together with Santos Martinez and Brett Bennett is about the new version of Configuration Manager 2012 R2 and will cover all of the new features.

Invaluable coverage on all aspects of System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

Completely updated for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, this comprehensive book provides intermediate and advanced coverage of all aspects of the product, including planning and installation, migrating from previous versions of Configuration Manager, deploying software and operating systems, security, monitoring and troubleshooting, and automating and customizing.

  • Provides numerous real-world scenarios to show you how to use the tool in various contexts
  • Explores planning and installation and migrating from SCCM 2007
  • Walks you through deploying software and operating systems, security, monitoring, and troubleshooting
  • Demonstrates automating and customizing Configuration Manager 2012 R2 with scripts

This essential book provides you with all the information you need to get savvy with System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

You can find the table of Contents here.

Order the book here at Amazon and learn all about System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager! On Amazon you are also able to find a preview of the book!

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Last year I was awarded as a Microsoft MVP for System Center Configuration Manager for the first time. After another great Configuration Manager community year, I am awarded by Microsoft for the second time as a Microsoft MVP for System Center Configuration Manager.

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 I am very honored have received this award and to be part of the Configuration Manager community. Thanks to all of you that visit my blog, without you this wasn’t even possible!

Ready for the Global MVP Summit

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One of the incentives of receiving a Microsoft MVP Award is that you are able to visit the MVP Global Summit. For the first time I will  be attending this week the MVP Global Summit in Seattle. During the week we will be having lot’s of sessions with the Configuration Manager Product Team. Our week with the Product Team will be packed, five days full of sessions. Since I am not be able to write about the content of the sessions I will write this week about the other things that are happening in Seattle, Bellevue and Redmond. 😉

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April started superb today! Today I got the email showed below from the Microsoft MVP award program telling me that I am receiving a 2012 Microsoft MVP Award!

I am so honored to be part of the Microsoft Community and now also the MVP program! Thanks to all of you that visit my blog, without you this wasn’t even possible!