Parallels Will Present a Live Demo in Denver at Microsoft Enterprise Management User Group

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Parallels Sales Engineer Danny Knox will be in Denver, Colorado, on Friday, June 23, to present live demos of Parallels® Mac Management for Microsoft® SCCM. The presentation is part of the monthly Friday meeting that takes place at the Denver Microsoft Enterprise Management User Group (MEMUG) from 3–5 p.m. at the Microsoft Denver Office near Belleview and I-25.


What: Live demo of Parallels Mac Management

Where: Microsoft Denver Office near Belleview and I-25

When: Friday, June 23, from 3–5 p.m.

Why: Find solutions to working with Mac computers in business IT environments.


The User Group will not be forced to sit through boring PowerPoint slides, but rather will learn about practical real-life use cases and solutions to common problems that arise when working with Mac® computers on IT networks.

Parallels Mac Management extends Microsoft SCCM’s robust, centralized management capabilities to Mac. This arrangement streamlines Mac management for IT administrators, who can fully manage Mac computers using existing resources in mixed Windows/Mac environments where investments have already been made in Microsoft SCCM.

The worldwide leader in cross-platform technologies, Parallels provides easy-to-use, versatile solutions for integrating macOS® devices on a comprehensive IT network.

For more information, please contact us at usentsales@parallels.com.

The Parallels Team

Parallels Mac Management

A new transplant to the Pacific Northwest (PNW), Rebecca joined the Parallels Remote Application Server Team in 2016. When she isn’t exploring in Seattle, you can find her in the Parallels Bellevue office researching tech trends and discovering innovative marketing strategies (and while she just completed her MBA in marketing, her inner 14 year old is really sad that she says phrases like “innovative marketing strategies”).