April 2021: MEMUG is on Vacation!

By nick.moseley

The MEMUG board has been hard at work in April for arranging speakers and exciting session topics. Unfortunately, speaker schedules and sessions did not align for the month of April – so anticipate a great, in-depth session (to be revealed later) on Friday, May 28th, 2021! In the interim, we recommend everyone to use the…

March 2021: Windows 10 Upgrades (IPUs and FUs)

By nathan.ziehnert

Friday, March 26th, 12:00pm – 4:00pm MST (GMT-6)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! We’re doing 10, $50 gift card giveaways this session! Don’t Miss Out! What happens when a global pandemic collides with your need to upgrade all of your Windows 10 machines to the next feature release? Well, for many of us it means…

February 2021: Intune Log Analytics

By nathan.ziehnert

Friday, February 26nd, 3:00pm – 5:00pm MST (GMT-6)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! Dr. House was only as good as the data he had. He was a terrible TV doctor. There I said it. Every episode was the same – House misdiagnoses the patient like 11 million times and then miraculously comes across the data…

January 2021: Microsoft Attack Simulator (v2)

By nick.moseley

Friday, January 22nd, 3:00pm – 5:00pm MST (GMT-6)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! MEMUG has “gone fishing”! No, actually we haven’t, we’re still here and still providing the community with sessions to better help manage (and secure!) enterprises in a modern way. Microsoft Attack Simulator In this session, Nick Moseley (Microsoft) will provide and overview…

Holiday 2020 Edition: MEM Engineering Teams!

By nick.moseley

Friday, December 4th, 12:00pm – 4:00pm MST (GMT-7)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! For those of you suffering from not being able to get a PS5 or Xbox Series X… unfortunately, we don’t have good news there (trust us – at least one board member has tried numerous times and got super close, but still…

October 2020: MEMCM+DSC | Compliance and Information Protection

By nathan.ziehnert

Friday, October 23rd, 3:00pm – 5:00pm MST (GMT-6)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! Are your documents running? Well then you better go catch them! Okay… that joke was awful and doesn’t make sense. Compliance and Information Protection doesn’t have to be confusing or awful either! We all know how important it is to keep those…

September 2020: Jason Sandys (Microsoft) and Recast Software

By nick.moseley

Friday, September 25th, 2:00pm – 5:00pm MST (GMT-6)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! As IT professionals, we never get bogged down in the weeds – like Scott Stapp, we fully understand and embrace change with arms wide open.….Okay. we get it – change is hard, especially with everything we are tasked with as IT pros.…

August 2020 Meetup – Celebrate and Commiserate!

By nick.moseley

Friday, August 28th, 3:00pm – 5:00pm MST (GMT-6)Advanced Registration is Recommended Register Now! Dogs barking on meetings, kids playing in the office, putting on a dress shirt with exercise shorts (hopefully at least) for video calls… working these days certainly feels different than it did last year. Managing workstations looks different too. We’ve already had a…

July 2020 Meetup: Donna Ryan (MVP) – Windows Virtual Desktop

By nick.moseley

Friday, July 24th, 3:00pm – 5:00pm MST (GMT-6) Advanced Registration is Recommended If you have been considering deploying Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), have evaluated it in the past, or have questions on how it all works, this is a session you won’t want to miss! WVD provides an easy solution to provision desktops and applications…

June 2020 Meetup – Michael Niehaus (Microsoft) and Adam Gross (MVP)

By nathan.ziehnert

Friday, June 26th, 12:00pm – 4:30pm MST (GMT-6) Advanced Registration is Recommended Our meeting sponsor, ManageEngine Patch Connect Plus, will be doing a special giveaway for this meeting, so be sure to register! Toast and jam (or avocado), fish and chips, macaroni and cheese – name some more iconic duos. Intune and ConfigMgr. It’s no…