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Autopilot, Intune and Liquit Workspace, a great combination!

Often, during customer meetings we hear “We are developing our workspace on Microsoft 365, deploy our devices with Autopilot and then manage these devices with Intune”. That sounds like a fool proof construction, but……. there are some ifs & buts.

In this live webinar, Nico Zieck talks through a few of the limitations you might run into when relying solely on Autopilot and Intune to deploy and manage your devices. Some of those limitations that arise when:
- Deploying complex applications with the right setting, especially when you are not just dealing with a single MSI.
- Deploying Citrix or Remote Desktop Service
- Introducing the concept of Bring Your Own Device

You might be tempted to invest in several different additional management solutions, but we will show how adding Liquit to the already great combination of Autopilot and Intune will add much more flexibility. Of course, we will reserve time to cover some of your questions at the end.

We look forward to welcoming you on December 5.

Team Liquit
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  • Autopilot, Intune and Liquit Workspace, a great combination! Recorded: Dec 5 2019 25 mins
    Nico Zieck, Workspace Architect at Liquit
    Often, during customer meetings we hear “We are developing our workspace on Microsoft 365, deploy our devices with Autopilot and then manage these devices with Intune”. That sounds like a fool proof construction, but……. there are some ifs & buts.

    In this live webinar, Nico Zieck talks through a few of the limitations you might run into when relying solely on Autopilot and Intune to deploy and manage your devices. Some of those limitations that arise when:
    - Deploying complex applications with the right setting, especially when you are not just dealing with a single MSI.
    - Deploying Citrix or Remote Desktop Service
    - Introducing the concept of Bring Your Own Device

    You might be tempted to invest in several different additional management solutions, but we will show how adding Liquit to the already great combination of Autopilot and Intune will add much more flexibility. Of course, we will reserve time to cover some of your questions at the end.

    We look forward to welcoming you on December 5.

    Team Liquit
  • What's new in Liquit Workspace 3.4? Recorded: Oct 23 2019 6 mins
    Nico Zieck, Workspace Architect
    We continuously encourage customers and partners to provide us with feedback on our products.  This highly valuable input helps us to improve and to direct our products. Early November, we will be releasing the latest version of Liquit Workspace, which includes several new features that are the result of the requests we have received.

    Satellite Server allows for connectors to operate securely on-premise, while the Liquit Workspace runs from the cloud. Especially useful when you are using for example terminal servers and/or print servers locally.

    Another result of the feedback we received are the following new integrations:

    The Microsoft SharePoint Webpart is a native integration of Liquit Workspace with Microsoft SharePoint. This way of integration holds a few benefits; for example, that the webpart will utilize the correct theme. It also features an enhanced search function for applications, and you can control whether the catalog or workspace is displayed by one single setting.

    The Microsoft Teams app allows you to integrate Liquit Workspace with Microsoft Teams, allowing native integration by just adding a tab to a Microsoft Teams team. We have also made it easier to view workspace and catalog items in Teams.

    You can now view this 5 minute video with a preview of the most important features of our upcoming release. Don’t miss this sneak peek and check it out now.

    Team Liquit
  • The Digital Workspace, what’s holding you back? Recorded: Sep 10 2019 34 mins
    Nico Zieck, Workspace Architect
    Gartner predicts that over the next several years, the greatest source of competitive advantage for 30% of the organizations will come from the workforce’s ability to creatively exploit emerging technologies. If you are considering introducing digital workspace into your organization you know it enables new, more effective ways of working; raises employee engagement and agility; and exploits consumer-oriented styles and technologies. But what is keeping you?

    Introducing a digital workspace does not necessarily mean a “rip and replace” of the existing technologies that you have invested in over the past year. Or you may be wondering how you can keep using legacy or custom applications in a unified workspace.

    Please join us for this live webinar and Q&A, hosted by Nico Zieck, Workspace Architect at Liquit, in which he will demonstrate how you move from a traditional, technology driven to a modern, unified workspace in three easy steps overcoming several of the most common obstacles.

    We look forward to welcoming you.
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