Endpoint Manager – Patching Workshop

Patching remote workers can be difficult, do we rely on VPN connectivity for those users to connect to the office? Can we do anything to help with this process? What about that thing called Endpoint Manager?

At CloudWay we hear these pain points over and over with customers around the globe. The answers of course are particular to your requirements and environment, however, being informed is being prepared. Here will take you through the options including;

  • Windows & Office Patching
    • Understand the differences and options in both products to control updates
    • Update channels & update rings
    • Controlling feature releases
    • What to do when bad patches are released
  • Endpoint Manager Differences
    • The differences between capabilities of Configuration Manager and Intune
  • Configuration Manager
    • Cloud Management Gateway
      • What do we need?
      • Isn’t PKI required?
      • How much will this cost?
      • How boundary groups impact on determining the update source
      • What is split tunnelling
  • Intune
    • Transitioning from on-premises management to in-cloud management
    • Third party considerations
  • Azure Security Center
    • Patching servers with cloud automation

Target Audience:

This workshop is for anyone who currently managing Windows devices with either Configuration Manager or Intune, from beginners, right through to seasoned administrators who are adopting cloud integration / transitioning to co-management.

Key takeaways

Understand the differences between what you can achieve with on-premises and in-cloud management solutions, to ensure that your clients are always patched, in a way that is simple for the end user. Help say goodbye to that VPN and do things in a modern way.

About the trainers

Jan Ketil Skanke and Maurice Daly are delivering solutions in the Enterprise Mobility area for customers around the globe, ranging from several hundred to tens of thousands of devices. With this comes a wealth of experience gathered through these deployments, so make sure you ask questions, and be aware that sometimes you are not alone with a problem.

Published On: May 12th, 2020|