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Webinar: Modern Device Provisioning Solutions

15 Oct 2018

In order to maintain a productive work environment, organizations must simplify the complex environment of enterprise device provisioning. Windows® Autopilot revolutionizes the way new devices are deployed, reset and repurposed, with a zero-touch experience for IT. Windows Autopilot provides set up and pre-configuration services for new devices, so they're ready for use right out of the box.

During this webinar, Insight Technical Architecture for Connected Workforce, Joseph Flynn will be joined by Microsoft Partner Technology Strategist, Scott Birdzell to dive into the facts around cloud device configuration technology and the value of upgrading the end-user experience. They will also discuss how Microsoft Surface® devices powered by Microsoft 365® give businesses a competitive edge.

  • Introduction to Windows Autopilot
  • Overview of modern industry challenges
  • Deep-dive into Microsoft 365 productivity solutions
  • How cloud solutions will help you create a connected workplace

Presented by

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Joseph Flynn

Senior Manager, Technical Architecture, Insight

Joseph leads the technical architecture group within Insight’s Connected Workforce team.

He specializes in Office 365®, Enterprise Mobility + Security and voice (Microsoft Teams™). He's also well-versed in Windows Server®, SQL Server®, Exchange Online, Azure® Active Directory® and Windows Desktop.

Joseph has experience in various roles, from delivery consultant and architectural design and implementation to escalation support and building solutions for new technologies.


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Scott Birdzell

Partner Technology Strategist, Microsoft

In Scott’s 9 years with Microsoft he has had many roles.

He launched the first iteration of Microsoft Surface Hub, he worked as an Account Technology Strategist (ATS) in the Desert Mountain region and worked as a Lync TSP in his early days with Microsoft. Scott has worked on several special assignments including Windows XP to Windows 7 migration accountability (in the Southwest region) as well as being a field advocate for the Surface 2 engineering team.