Jeff Gilbert

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Jeff Gilbert is a Senior Solutions Content Developer at Microsoft. He authors cross-product solutions to IT business problems involving enterprise client management technologies, including Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, Windows Intune, and MDOP from his office outside Boston. In addition to local user groups, Jeff has been a speaker on enterprise client management and MDOP technologies at many conferences over the years, including the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) and TechEd.

Previous to this role, Jeff was the content publishing manager for MDOP and a senior technical writing lead for the Configuration Manager 2007 documentation team. Before joining Microsoft, Jeff was an SMS 2.0/SMS 2003 administrator with the US Army.

You can follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffgilb.

Articles
Staying in Tune with Intune Service Updates
Windows Intune is now Microsoft Intune--but there's more news than a name change. Here's how to stay updated on all of the news and new features in System Center Configuration Manager's little brother in the cloud.
TechNet docs: love them or hate 'em, tell us more...
Rant or rave, we want to hear how the documentation is working for you.
Getting Started with OSD and MDT 2
I set out to document the simplest, Microsoft recommended path for IT pros to navigate the world of operating system deployment that now includes MDT and System Center Configuration Manager.
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