Monthly Archives: May 2016

My session at ITCamp 2016: How to deliver an Enterprise Mobility Suite Proof-Of-Concept

View this session to find out how you can try the functionality of Enterprise Mobility Suite by delivering a Proof-Of-Concept and test the following functionality: creating subscriptions for Office 365, Microsoft Intune and Azure RMS, device enrollment, configuring device settings … Continue reading

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Impressions from ITCamp 2016 – Day 2

Day 2 was full of sessions, at any given time there were 5 sessions in parallel. Paula Januszkiewicz, who just arrived from another conference, delivered two full room presentations. I have attended an MVP side meeting organized by Microsoft Romania … Continue reading

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Impressions from ITCamp 2016 – Day 1

IT Camp 2016 started great, it reached 600 attendees just in the day before the event. Once again Mr. Emil Boc, the mayor of Cluj-Napoca, opened the conference. Then two great keynotes from Jayson E. Street and Laurent Ellerbach, Technical … Continue reading

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EMS PoC: Create a trial Enterprise Mobility Suite subscription

Last year I have performed 6 Enterprise Mobility Suite Proof-of-Concepts, for enterprise customers in Romania. For each customer I have delivered presentations and also provided step-by-step documentation on how to configure the functionality of the solution in a lab environment. … Continue reading

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Session at ITCamp 2016

I was invited again to speak at ITCamp 2016! This is the 6th edition of the conference and I have attended all editions so far, starting from 2011. I have seen this community conference growing from a small event with … Continue reading

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Keukenhof Tulips

This year I had the chance to visit the Keukenhof park in Netherlands. The tulips grown there are exceptional. Please see some pictures below:

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Security Theater at Brussels Airport

In a previous post, I called the “security” measures enforced at Brussels Airport stupid. In this post I am trying to explain why I consider them as such. First a definition from Wikipedia: “Airport security refers to the techniques and … Continue reading

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Stupidity at Brussels Airport

Because I cannot call this security… I had a flight yesterday from Brussels Airport. I arrived 2h 30 min before the flight. There was a long queue extended in the parking with people waiting to pass the “security” check. I … Continue reading

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