Raymond and I are teaching High School students on Enterprise Mobility and Azure

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It’s becoming a habit for Raymond and me to travel to Doetinchem in April to teach students of the Graafschap College on all the new stuff in the world of Microsoft and inspire them to rebuild and enhance our solutions for their studies.

Last year, and the year before, Ronald Wassink and Arnold Maatman reached out to us, and this year, they’ve done the same again: They’ve invited us to come lunch with them and present for their students on Friday April 8, 2016.


About our presentation

During three 45-minute sessions, Raymond Comvalius (Windows IT Pro MVP) and I will be sharing our thoughts on Enterprise Mobility with Windows technologies. We’ll be focusing on the BYO and Identity capabilities found in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2012 R2:  claims-based authentication, multi-factor authentication, the web application proxy, workplace join and work folders.

After explaining these technologies and how they can be used to extend on-premises environments to embrace the cloud, and Azure specifically, we’ll discuss the Cloud Join functionality in Windows 10 and engage in a discussion with the students if it’s possible and if it makes sense for organizations to go 100% cloud.


About the High School

Logo Graafschap CollegeWe are invited by the two teachers as part of the MBO Level 4 ICT Management Year 3 curriculum at the Graafschap College in Doetinchem, the Netherlands.

Personally, I feel honored to contribute to making the education of these ICT Professionals-to-be more future proof by telling them about Enterprise Mobility and Azure. Their textbooks don’t contain this information yet, so I feel getting it presented to them by two passionate Microsoft MVPs is the next best thing.


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