November/December 2019 Meetup – Mike Terrill and Gary Blok
Friday, December 13th, 2:00pm – 5:00pm MST
Advanced Registration IS Required
And here it is gentlepeople – our last session of the year… on Friday the 13th nonetheless! What a fun year this has been and many thanks to our super sponsor Justin from PatchMyPC.
Come listen to two IT guys (Gary Blok – @gwblok and Mike Terrill – @miketerrill) and how they manage to keep up with Windows 10 in a challenging environment of 400K systems. Learn how to overcome challenges with upgrades in the real world and find out how to implement things that will make you successful in your environment when making Windows 10 jumps.
Mike Terrill, Microsoft MVP, OS Engineer, BIOS to UEFI Guy
@miketerrill | https://miketerrill.net
Mike’s career has been focused around systems management and operating system deployment for over 22 years (ever since SMS v1.2). He is a Microsoft Enterprise Mobility MVP and runs the Arizona Systems Management User Group. He specializes in the design, architecture and installation of Configuration Manager and Windows operating system deployments. In his career, Mike architected and deployed System Center Configuration Manager in several Fortune 100 companies and is currently architecting WaaS in the Enterprise for a “Big Bank”.
Gary Blok, ConfigMgr Engineer
@gwblok | https://garytown.com
I work for “Large Bank”, from my basement, focusing on Windows 10 Upgrades and Deployments. I enjoy documenting my work on garytown.com
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The register button is broken.
Should be fixed now Daren – sorry about that. It was working earlier in draft mode, but I think it published a different revision!