As David James mentioned in his tweet, the summary of 2017 for SCCM is 3 production releases (SCCM CB 1702, 1706, and 1710).
12 Tech Preview releases of SCCM CB. 100s of new features, 14k code check-ins + bug fixes, and now managing >100 million endpoints. In this post, we will see more about the 2017 SCCM ConfigMgr Intune community around me.
I could see there are new features released every week for Microsoft Intune. More details are available in “What’s new in Microsoft Intune”. Also, I could see the Intune community is growing strong around the world and in India.
During the Bangalore IT Pro event, I came to know that 99% of SCCM admins (who attended the event) realized they had to learn Intune, and they started to learn Intune.
Bangalore IT Pro SCCM Community
We recently conducted an in-person event for SCCM/Intune professionals all around India. This event was conducted at Microsoft office Bangalore. We had more than 80 SCCM professionals from different parts of India like Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, and Bangalore.
I started blogging in 2010, and I have more than 900 posts. 2017 was a very successful year for me in sharing my knowledge through my blog.
I started working on video tutorials with almost all the technical posts. How to do video guides are included for Intune, SCCM, and Windows 10. Thank you all for the great support over the years.
I’m working with other IT Pro colleagues to improve the blog experience and provide more valuable content to SCCM/Intune community. More news about this will be available in 2018. I’m excited about next year for SCCM/Intune community.
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SCCM Facebook Groups – Community
We have a great SCCM professional community available on Facebook. We have more than 11,200 members in this SCCM professional Facebook group.
If you would like to join the SCCM, Intune, and Desktop Facebook community, please enter them with the following links.
- SCCM ConfigMgr Professionals Facebook Group
- Desktop Professionals Facebook Group
- Intune Professionals Facebook Group
- Bangalore IT Pro & PowerShell group
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I have a YouTube channel with more than 830 subscribers, 156,360 views, and 160 video tutorials. I started concentrating on my YouTube channel in 2017, and 90% of my subscribers are from 2017. Most of the videos are on SCCM, Intune, and Windows 10.
This is one of my old SCCM LinkedIn groups that started in 2010. At that time, Facebook groups were not there and were famous. Several different SCCM groups on LinkedIn, so I created this one for the Indian SCCM community.
We have more than 1900 members in this group. Some of them are still active. We announce Bangalore IT Pro events in this Indian SCCM Professionals LinkedIn group. This is for the people who don’t like Facebook or consider Facebook as a personal social media site.
WhatsApp SCCM Professional Group
I created a WhatsApp group for SCCM/Intune Professionals back in 2015. This is mainly to avoid people creating different WhatsApp groups in our Facebook SCCM group. I have created an official WhatsApp group for SCCM professionals after many discussions.
We have several admins in that WhatsApp group, and we don’t allow any spam/forwarded messages in that group apart from the Job/Opening of SCCM/Intune professionals. This is to help others get a better opportunity in their SCCM career.
We already crossed the maximum limit of a WhatsApp group (#1 SCCM Professional GRP – 256 members). After many thoughts, discussions, and market analysis, we decided to create another WhatsApp group (#2 SCCM Professional GRP ), and we already have more than 100 members.
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Anoop is Microsoft MVP! He is a Solution Architect in enterprise client management with more than 20 years of experience (calculation done in 2021) in IT. He is Blogger, Speaker, and Local User Group HTMD Community leader. His main focus is on Device Management technologies like SCCM 2012, Current Branch, and Intune. He writes about ConfigMgr, Windows 11, Windows 10, Azure AD, Microsoft Intune, Windows 365, AVD, etc……………