Speaking about implementing Microsoft Endpoint Manager for Operations and Mobile Application Management at the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon 2022 event

On Friday, May 6th 2022, I will be speaking at the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon 2022 event. Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon is a free, online, 60-hour event happening May 4-6, 2022. Featuring great speakers from around the globe. This event is free for all wanting to attend.

The event starts at 9:00 am on Wednesday and will end at Friday 17:00 in the Pacific Time time zone, which is from 18:00 hours on Wednesday till 02:00 on Saturday in the Amsterdam (CEST) time zone.

You can join the event for free, by signing up here: https://bit.ly/M365VM22Register

At this event, I’m really honored that I will be giving two sessions, one session about designing your Microsoft Endpoint Manager/Intune environment for Operations, and the other session which I will co-present together with my buddy Peter Daalmans will be about Mobile Application Management.

The first session will start at 10:00 AM (Amsterdam time zone). The topic will be: “Designing and Building Your Microsoft Endpoint Manager/Intune Environment for Operations


In my work as a modern workplace consultant, I see a lot of Microsoft Endpoint Manager/Intune environments. Many of these environments have been build based on trial and therefore it lacks structure and overview. Most of the environments have been built from scratch, adding and removing functionality until a point was reached where the solution was taken into production.

A solution that works, doesn’t necessarily have to be a solution which is consistent and therefore easily manageable.

This session will help you to create a consistent MEM environment, by introducing consistency. You can only build such an environment if you know the pro’s and con’s of the solution and the product. Kenneth will share his experiences with the audience using both slides and demos

The second session will start at 12:00 PM (Amsterdam time zone). The topic will be “How to KISS using MAM


In this session, Microsoft Enterprise Mobility MVPs Peter Daalmans and Kenneth van Surksum will do a deep dive on Mobile Application Management as part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager/Intune. Peter and Kenneth will explain how to configure MAM, how to integrate it with Conditional Access and how to troubleshoot MAM related issues in case something goes wrong. Also lessons learned will be shared with you. You can learn from our experience while implementing it with MDM and without MDM, so that you don’t have to experience the issues we had.

Kenneth van Surksumhttps://www.vansurksum.com/
I started my career in 1995 as a System Engineer in the broadcast industry, building and maintaining video editing suites and television studio's and later specializing in Telecine equipment. In 1998 I switched to a first line support function within the Information Technlogy on the dealing room of a large bank, working my way up to a 3rd line support engineer. From this position i started to work on projects, which eventually resulted in projects where I worked across the border. In this period I implemented and designed several deployment solutions for mass rollout of workstations, laptops and servers. Since 2009 I switched to a consultancy function mainly focusing on but not limited to System Center design and implementation projects, besides that I became a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and currently teach System Center Related Classes (SCCM, SCOM and SCSM). In Januari 2010 I received the Microsoft MVP award with the expertise Setup & Deployment which was extended in 2011 and 2012. In 2013 and 2014 I was awarded the VMware vExpert award. In october 2014 I received the Microsoft MVP award with the expertise System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management (SCCDM).

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