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J. Peter Bruzzese is a Microsoft MVP with an extensive record consulting with companies such as Goldman Sachs, Solomon Smith Barney, CommVault Systems, and Microsoft. He is the co-founder of ClipTraining, a company focused on assisting users in learning more about Windows and Office. For the past 10 years he has specialized in Active Directory and Exchange support and education, as well as Certification Training. Peter is an established technical author with over a dozen books to his credit, and is a contributor to MSExchange.org, Tech Target, Redmond Magazine, and WindowsITPro. Peter has joined forces with Train Signal, a global leader in professional computer training, to provide the highest quality Exchange training on the planet.

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Get past the poorly chosen name and use this hosted service to eliminate deployment and maintenance hassles.

Windows Intune 3: The Chance to Get it Completely Right

The cloud-based Windows desktop management tool is already great for small businesses, except for one thing.

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15 Essential Open Source Tools for Windows Admins

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