Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Presented by: Bob Krone, Training Facilitator, New Horizons
Organizations of all sizes have the need to do some forms of management of devices, users, applications, services, security patches & updates, access management & controls…and the list goes on. Small and medium size organizations might have a solution that they are already paying for or can add-on with Microsoft licenses—Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Intune). Endpoint Manager combined with the layered ‘management’ capabilities of Azure Active Directory, Microsoft 365 Online Services (Exchange, SharePoint, Teams, etc.), Azure, and other 3rd party services giving the organization a very powerful set of tools to manage their often-mobile workforce.
This presentation will focus on endpoint management:
- Quick introduction to Azure Active Directory (as it relates to Endpoint Manager)
- Introduce Microsoft’s Endpoint Manager and key areas and abilities in it
- “Connect the Dots” on using Azure Active Directory with Endpoint Manager combined with Azure
- “Connect more Dots” on how Endpoint Manager, Azure Active Directory, Microsoft 365 (and possibly other Microsoft and 3rd party services) can work together
- Do several demonstrations throughout the presentation
Microsoft Power Platform at Stearns County
Presented by: Dylan Edwards, Project Manager, Stearns County Information Services
Tired of your whole budget going to vendors? Not sure how to decipher Microsoft’s migraine-causing licensing? You’re not alone. This session will provide an overview of the use of Microsoft Dataverse and the Power Platform at Stearns County. The focus will be on demonstrating practical applications we have developed using PowerApps and Power Automate for Human Services, License Center, and Parks. I will talk about our licensing journey, what we learned, and where we’re at. If there is time and interest I can demonstrate building a simple app from scratch.
You can find Dylan online at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dylantedwards/