We’re really excited about the improvements that we’ve made since the initial Preview release just a month ago.
I’m sure that by now the majority of you reading this article have already updated to Configuration Manager current branch, and have implemented one of the four production releases so far, with 1610 being the latest and greatest release. http://cires
Here is a quick recap of just a handful of the cool new features in it that you may find very useful.
Before things get too busy at the start of the year, now is a great time to get up to date with Configuration Manager.
In the past few months, Cireson has released an update to the very popular Remote Manage app, released the Configuration Manager Ticker app, as well as the User Device Affinity app.
This is the fifth and final article in this series of articles on Cireson's Asset Management solution.
This is the fourth in a series of blogs discussing the implementation of Cireson's Asset Management solution, starting from a Configuration Manager perspective.
This is part three in a series of articles providing information on asset management from a Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager basis when integrated with Cireson. In this series, we have already introduced the asset management capabilities of Configuration Manager, the limitations of those native capabilities, and…
This is the second in a multiple part blog series on Cireson Asset Management. These blogs roughly correspond to the accompanying Webinars in the current webinar series on the same topic. If you missed any of the webinars, visit Vimeo.com.
Welcome to the first in a series of blog articles on providing asset management from a Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager basis. In this series, we will introduce the asset management capabilities of Configuration Manager, the limitations of those native capabilities, and then discuss how Cireson’s Asset…