@Antonio Pinheiro: You would specify whatever the RD gateway server IP address or DNS name is at your company. More on what RD Gateway servers: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/what-is-a-remote-desktop-gateway-server
David Tesar started out his tenure at Microsoft in July 2002 as Support Escalation Engineer for networking and directory services in Texas, moved to a role as a Premier Field Engineer in WA, and since 2007 works as a Technical Evangelist for the worldwide Developer Platform Evangelism (DPE) team based in Redmond, WA. David works closely with MS product teams to "share the good news" of IT Pro relevant software through creation of technical content, speaking at various Microsoft and industry-sponsored events, and working on projects directly with customers. Areas of focus as an evangelist have included various Forefront security products, Internet Explorer, Windows Azure security, Windows Intune, and all of the products and technologies related to the consumerization of IT trend.
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@clegg: You still have to pay for the licenses of SharePoint separately. Per http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/pricing/licensing-faq/#header-4
"SharePoint Servers can be deployed to Windows Azure either through a customer's volume license agreement using License Mobility for Software Assurance, or as part of a hosted solution licensed via SPLA."
Sorry for the delay - here are the links to the relevant resources:
Apr 23, 2013 at 2:59 PM
If you want LOTS more Windows Azure IaaS content, come check out the Edge show with episodes dedicated to Windows Azure every 4 weeks. Next up this week - Windows Azure on SharePoint .
http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Edge/Windows-Azure-PowerShell-Demos - with Michael Washam
http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Edge/EdgeShow-53-Windows-Azure-Virtual-Machines-demos - with Drew McDaniel
Apr 18, 2013 at 1:58 PM
There is audio in this presentation for me... Are you streaming it, downloading the file, etc?
@rajmak67: The Company Portal App is provided by Windows Intune. SCCM also has a company application portal, but this portal currently isn't designed for mobile devices.
The end-goal for the Company Portal App is certainly to work on all platforms, but we naturally focused on our own platforms first. Windows Intune still allows you to go to the company portal website on MSFT + iPhone and Android to sideload applications.
@Corey: Yes, Windows Intune provides more advanced MDM capabilities than SCCM by itself can provide. SCCM by itself can only do basic EAS-capable functions whereas when you add Windows Intune you get primarily the direct (mobile) device management capabilities.
SCCM vs Windows Intune - They definitely have overlap in their capabilities and to a certain extent you can think of Windows Intune as cloud-based extension of SCCM. For the differences and details, I'd recommend attending the free Windows Intune Jumpstart course I'm teaching: http://aka.ms/InTuneJS
There are 4 versions of Windows http://windowsteamblog.com/windows/b/bloggingwindows/archive/2012/04/16/announcing-the-windows-8-editions.aspx
I can see Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8 Enterprise on MSDN now.
Windows RT will come loaded on RT devices, so it will not be available for a download.