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Client Management in a Modern workplace – Where have all my users gone?

Peter Löfgren | Jordan Benzing


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Welcome to a webcast with a focus on Client Management in a Modern workplace!

As remote work becomes more prevalent, client management can become a serious headache for IT staff. How do you ensure connectivity to important systems, maintain the security of clients in the “wild”, and provision new or refresh clients when you aren’t able to touch them? Please join Truesec experts Peter Löfgren and Pete Maciag as they explore this landscape of remote client management and discuss the pros and cons of various solutions.

What you’ll walk away with:

  • Learn about various ways to provide remote access to company resources.
  • Create the building blocks of client security that works anywhere your users do.
  • Reduce contact with Autopilot. Is it really the answer?



Target Audience:

Security managers, IT managers, IT technicians, IT professionals, and those of you who work in an IT department and who are interested in security issues.



Peter Löfgren

Senior Technical Architect

Peter is a positive, hands-on, consultant with a passion for innovation who thrives on opportunities to be on the cutting edge of technology. Splitting his time between training, workshops, and consulting has allowed him to gain unique insight and perspective for his clients. He has 10+ years of expert Windows knowledge and experience allows him to guide his customers to achieve new client platforms. By using all new Microsoft technology, he can help his customers build and maintain production solutions for years to come.

Jordan Benzing

MVP and Truesec Senior Consultant

Jordan is ConfigMgr geek specializing in software updates, PowerShell, and reporting. Jordan speaks at several conferences and user groups each year. He frequently posts up-to-date information and community tools for PowerShell and PowerBI at