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BriForum London 2014 Speaker

briforum_london_registernow_030414_300x250In 2014 BriForum is celebrating its 10th year, and I am honored to be one of the speakers at BriForum London 2014.

The 2-day event is taking place on the 20th and 21st of May and will have a fully loaded program including over 30 technical sessions. In a few weeks time I will be on stage in London co-presenting a breakout session with my friend and fellow SCUG member Kenny Buntinx.

Our session is entitled: ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and Intune: Setup and Deployment Notes from the Field (with focus on Single Sign-on & ADFS). This is the session abstract:

This session dives into what you’ll do at the server level to drive Configuration Manager 2012 R2 and Windows Intune integration for mobile device management. The session includes real life experience from the field to setup a subscription, connectors, certificates, Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS 2.0/2.1/ 3.0), DirSync, and workplace join scenarios among all possible different server configurations that enable mobile device management in all its beauty.

As you can see we will be covering quite some technologies and we are planning to show some neat demo’s along the way.

Next to ours there are plenty of other sessions covering various hot topics. Curious? Make sure to have a look at the full conference agenda. And don’t forget: Registration for the event is still open – so you can still attend!

Hope to see you there!


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