The past five years or so have brought an explosion in enterprise user mobility. Remember when the smart phone revolution started, and IT pros worked hard to give users secure access to corporate resources from their personal phones over the company Wi-Fi?

That was the tip of the iceberg. Now, users expect three-screen productivity (primary device, tablet, and smart phone) 24/7, from anywhere.

As IT pros, it is your job to give them what they want while protecting corporate resources. Which mobility management solution allows you to do that and best meets your other needs?

This series will help you answer that question. It is based on our years of in-the-trenches engineering work with Microsoft management software, including System Center, Windows Server 2003 and 2012, Windows InTune, and Enterprise Mobility Suite.

We start with a strategy discussion, which you can find here.

Then we’ll dive right into System Center Configuration Manager, single sign-on, and more. Lots of good stuff in store. If you are considering a Microsoft MDM solution—and there are very good reasons to do so—bookmark this page and follow us on Twitter so you don’t miss any updates.

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