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Ganzheitliche, maßgeschneiderte Lösungen sparen Zeit und Geld und erhöhen Flexibilität und Qualität. Über 10 Jahre Erfahrung als IT Consultant bei Konzeption, Implementierung und Einführung von IT Solutions, sinnvollen Erweiterungen der IT Infrastruktur und individuellem IT Training für Mittel- und Großbetriebe sprechen für sich. LM² Consulting stellt sich auf Sie und Ihr Unternehmen ein, analysiert Bedürfnisse und Geschäftsabläufe und bietet Ihnen die optimierte Gesamtlösung.

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Der Blick aufs Ganze führt meist zum Erfolg. Deshalb richten sich unsere IT Consulting Services und IT Lösungen nach Ihrem Bedarf und werden speziell auf Sie zugeschnitten. Dementsprechend stellt sich hier nur ein allgemein gehaltener Ausschnitt der unzähligen Facetten unseres spannenden Arbeitsalltags dar. Gewinnen Sie hier einen ersten Eindruck, von uns, unseren Leistungen und unserer Arbeitsweise.

IT Consulting, IT Solutions & IT Training

Analyse der IT Landschaft
IT Beratung, IT Konzept, IT Lösungen
Einkauf, Implementierung
IT Training
IT Betreuung, IT Support
IT nimmt für den Unternehmenserfolg eine entscheidende Rolle ein
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IT Infrastruktur: Implementierung, Modernisierung, Optimierung, Virtualisierung

Hardware & Software
Virtualisierung
Private-, Public-,Hybrid-Cloud
Business IT Netzwerk, Internet, VPN & WLAN
Exchange Server, VOIP
Das einwandfreie Zusammenspiel von Netzwerk, Server Anwendungen ist die Voraussetzung für
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IT Security, Datensicherheit & Backup

Sicherheitsanalyse & -Lösungen
Firewall, Gateway, Anti-Spam & Anti-Virus
Benutzerverwaltung- und Authentifizierung
IT Firmennetzwerk
IT Monitoring
Immer mehr Prozesse eines Unternehmens werden IT unterstützt
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Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM)

Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Mobile Application Management (MAM)
Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)
Rasante technologische Innovationen mit stetig wechselnden Produkten
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Unified Communications & Collaboration

Software & Groupware
Skype for Business zu Teams
Home Office, Telearbeit, neue Arbeitsmodelle
Video, Audio, VOIP
Interoperabilität & Konferenzräume
Die Art und Weise, wie wir interagieren und zusammenarbeiten
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IT Support, Managed IT Services & Outsourcing

Managed IT Services & IT Support
Cloud Services (Microsoft CSP Partner)
Ihr Weg in die Cloud
Der Plan für Ihren Umstieg von Skype for Business zu Teams
Kunden, Lieferanten, Mitarbeiter erwarten unterbrechungsfreie
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Microsoft CSP

LM² Consulting ist Ihr verlässlicher IT Partner

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Manuel Krelik, Ardo Austria Frost GmbH mit Zitat über die LM2 Consulting GmbH

Nur miteinander schafft man den IT-Alltag und LM² Consulting GmbH ist genau der richtige Partner dafür. Ein Partner, der auch proaktiv über mögliche unausgeschöpfte Potenziale und den Einsatz von passenden neuen Technologien informiert, wodurch sich Wettbewerbsvorteile ergeben. LM² ist einfach wie der Almanach in "Zurück in die Zukunft II": Mit diesem IT Consultant liegt man immer richtig.

Manuel Krelik

| IT-Systemadministrator, Ardo Austria Frost GmbH

TECH RSS Corner

  • WindowsServer Blog
  • Microsoft Azure Migration
  • Microsoft 365 Blog
  • Microsoft Teams Blog
  • Microsoft 365 Roadmap
  • Office 365 Entwickler Blog
  • VMware vSphere Blog

  • Microsoft raises the security standard for next major Windows Server release
    Server security and platform Integrity are critical requirements in today's datacenter, edge, and cloud environments. Many Windows Server customers have relied on built-in security capabilities such as Secure boot and BitLocker to protect their infrastructure. These capabilities are enhanced when combined with proper underlying server hardware such as Trusted Platform… Read more »
  • Windows Server container support in Azure Kubernetes Service is now generally available
    Containerization is an important cloud computing development to more seamlessly build, test, deploy, and manage cloud applications. Containers also introduced many of our customers to new technologies including Docker, Windows containers, orchestration, and microservices. Today, we’re excited to announce the general availability of Windows Server container support in the Azure… Read more »
  • First update rollup for System Center 2019 released
    This blog post was authored by Vithalprasad Gaitonde, Principal PM Manager, System CenterOn March 14, 2019, Microsoft announced the availability of System Center 2019 for Windows Server 2019 to support management of Windows Server 2019 and a host of other new management capabilities. Today we are announcing that the first… Read more »
  • End of support: transforming your Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 workloads
    On January 14, 2020, Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 went end of support. This means that security updates will not be available to workloads available for this version of Windows Server and customers can be vulnerable to security and compliance issues.If you’re still running Windows Server 2008 or 2008… Read more »
  • Protect workloads still running on Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2
    Over the last couple of years, we havesharedwhy it is business critical to migrate and upgrade apps and services running on Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. As you are aware, on January 14th, 2020, support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will end. To ensure that your apps,… Read more »

  • Plan your migration to Azure VMware solution using Azure Migrate
    Azure Migrate now supports assessments for Azure VMware Solution (AVS), providing even more options for you to plan your migration to Azure. AVS enables you to run VMware natively on Azure. AVS provides a dedicated Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) for your VMware environment on Azure, ensuring you can leverage… Read more »
  • Migrate to Azure: Save now, be future ready
    The global health crisis has transformed the way we work and live. Remote work has surged across industries, and the ability to scale and manage your business from anywhere has become essential. As our customers are moving beyond resolving immediate crisis needs, many are thinking about the next set of… Read more »
  • Azure Migrate now available in Azure Government
    Microsoft’s service for datacenter migration, Azure Migrate, is now available in Azure Government—unlocking the whole range of functionality for government customers. Previously, Azure Migrate V1 was available to US Azure Government customers, which performed limited scale assessment for VMware workloads. Azure Migrate V2 for Azure Government, now available, includes a… Read more »
  • Plan migration of physical servers using Azure Migrate
    At Microsoft Ignite, we announced new Microsoft Azure Migrate assessment capabilities that further simplify migration planning. In this post, I will talk about how you can plan migration of physical servers. Using this feature, you can also plan migration of virtual machines of any hypervisor or cloud. You can get… Read more »
  • Turning to a new chapter of Windows Server innovation
    Today, January 14, 2020, marks the end of support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Customers loved these releases, which introduced advancements such as the shift from 32-bit to 64-bit computing and server virtualization. While support for these popular releases ends today, we are excited about new… Read more »

  • Digitale Assistentin Cortana hält Einzug in Microsoft 365
    Durch die jüngsten Ereignisse arbeiten weltweit mehr Menschen im Homeoffice als je zuvor. Wir alle könnten etwas Unterstützung gebrauchen, um unser Arbeitspensum und unseren persönlichen Alltag besser zu bewältigen. Mit der persönlichen Produktivitäts-Assistentin Cortana wird Microsoft 365 heute um einige Updates reicher. So verlieren volle Terminkalender ihren Schrecken und wichtige Dinge… Read more »
  • Von Microsoft Teams bis Fluid Framework – Was ist neu in Microsoft 365 und was steht an?
    Die jährliche Entwicklerkonferenz Build öffnet heute ihre Pforten und findet erstmalig komplett online statt. In diesen ausgesprochen virtuellen Zeiten ist es der technologische Fortschritt, der solche Events möglich macht – auch wenn wir auf persönliche Kontakte verzichten müssen. Microsoft-CEO Satya Nadella hat es kürzlich so ausgedrückt: „Wir haben das Ausmaß von… Read more »
  • Die Microsoft 365-Neuheiten im März – erfolgreiche virtuelle Besprechungen und Online-Beratungen
    Der vergangene Monat hatte es wirklich in sich. In nur wenigen Wochen wurde unsere Art zu leben und zu arbeiten komplett umgekrempelt. Und noch nie zuvor zeichneten sich die Bedürfnisse unserer Kunden klarer und dringlicher ab. Unser oberstes Ziel ist es, unseren Kunden das Arbeiten aus der Ferne mit bedarfsgerechten… Read more »
  • Neue Abonnements für Privatkunden: Microsoft 365 Single und Microsoft 365 Family
    Ein Abonnement für alles – Machen Sie mehr aus Ihrer Zeit, bleiben Sie in Kontakt, und schützen Sie Ihre Liebsten Mobiles Arbeiten und Lernen bestimmen zurzeit den Alltag vieler Menschen. Die Krise macht uns mehr denn je bewusst, wie das Leben die Arbeit und die Arbeit das Leben auf den Kopf… Read more »
  • Microsoft 365: die neuen Angebote für kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen
    Heute haben wir mit Microsoft 365 Single und Microsoft 365 Family unsere ersten Privatkunden-Abonnements für Microsoft 365 angekündigt. Daran möchte ich nun anknüpfen und die Neuerungen in unserem Office 365-Abonnementmodell für kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen – und natürlich für Office 365 ProPlus – vorstellen. Eines vorweg: Alle diese Produkte sind künftig unter dem Namen Microsoft 365 vereint. Die… Read more »
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  • Introducing Microsoft Teams displays
    As many people around the world are working remotely, we are seeing an increased need to streamline the work experience and help prioritize what is important. Following our recent blog on Teams product news, we are excited to announce our newest device innovation, Microsoft Teams displays, a category of all-in-one dedicated… Read more »
  • How to get the most from Together mode
    Together mode is a new option in Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s premier app for teamwork and team connection. You’ve probably seen it by now; everyone is united in a virtual space as if in a theater instead of being separated in boxes.   On one level, Together mode is a simple… Read more »
  • Re-imagine meeting room experiences with Teams-enabled devices for shared spaces
    Over the past few months, many organizations have vaulted into an entirely new world of work. We’ve discovered some of the benefits of this new world through more than 30 research projects here at Microsoft, and by learning from our customers and partners. These benefits range from, increased fluidity between… Read more »
  • What’s New in Microsoft Teams | Build Edition 2020
    Microsoft Teams has seen tremendous growth, with more people on Teams than ever. Today at Build, we are announcing many new capabilities in Microsoft Teams to continue to provide a rich canvas for developers to build, engage, and transform workflows. This allows Teams to address the full app development journey.… Read more »
  • What’s New in Microsoft Teams | June 2020
    Microsoft Teams continues to evolve to be the hub for teamwork and we're excited to share new functionality that helps people do their best work. We have new meetings, calling, devices, chat and collaboration, IT admin, and industry features this month! Check out our new capabilities below.   What’s New:… Read more »
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  • Visio: While you were away and catch-up highlights
    Know who edited your shared document since your last visit, and see what’s changed.Availability date: Q4 CY2020 Read more »
  • Visio: People gallery and modern presence
    Easily see who is collaborating on your Visio diagram and where they are in the drawing.Availability date: Q4 CY2020 Read more »
  • Microsoft Teams: NDI for Teams
    NDI for Microsoft Teams converts a meeting participant's video into a discrete source that can be used in the production tools for professional broadcasts.Availability date: August CY2020 Read more »
  • Microsoft Teams: Cortana in Teams
    Cortana is coming to the Teams mobile app, using AI and the Microsoft Graph to provide voice assistance in Teams. To stay connected to your team even when you have your hands full, click the microphone button on the top right and ask Cortana to make a call, join a… Read more »
  • Microsoft Teams: Change notification API for Microsoft Teams messages
    Developers will have the ability to subscribe to change notifications for Microsoft Team messages, including channel messages, 1:1/group chats, and all messages in a tenant.More info: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/subscription-post-subscriptions?view=graph-rest-beta&tabs=httpAvailability date: Q3 CY2020 Read more »
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  • How to secure your remote workers with Office Cloud Policy Service
    With more and more users working from home, organizations are facing new security and privacy challenges. One of them might be, that users are working on unmanaged, maybe personal devices accessing corporate data. Classic technologies like Active Directory Group Policy Management do not help in such scenarios, as these do… Read more »
  • Changes to the Office 365 Groups Tech Community
    As we announced last month, to reflect the fact that Office 365 Groups power collaboration across Microsoft 365, Office 365 Groups will become Microsoft 365 Groups. These changes will happen over time and will be reflected in all the connected endpoints over the next couple of quarters.    To align the Tech Community with the… Read more »
  • How to Optimize Stream & Live Events traffic in a VPN scenario
    During this current COVID-19 crisis, many organizations have had to rapidly implement a work-from-home model for the majority of their users. For many, this means an enormous increase in load to the VPN infrastructure as all traffic is traditionally sent via this path that was invariably not designed for the… Read more »
  • How to manage Office 365 ProPlus Channels for IT Pros
    We’ve updated official guidance and published it as an article on docs.microsoft.com: Change the Microsoft 365 Apps update channel for devices in your organization. We recommend that you follow the steps in that article to change channels.”   The goal of the blog is to provide clarification around the mechanics… Read more »
  • Troubleshooting Office Cloud Policy Service (OCPS)
    The Office cloud policy service (OCPS) is a cloud-based service that enables you to apply policy settings for Office 365 ProPlus on a user’s device.  The policy settings roam to whichever device the user signs into and uses Office 365 ProPlus.  As end users become increasingly mobile, IT Pros need… Read more »
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  • The Importance of Isolation for Security
    I have wanted to write about the importance of isolation & segmentation in IT infrastructure for a while now, but with everything going on this year it felt like it would be redundant. However, over the last few months there have been several high-severity, high-profile CVEs (some ours, some others,… Read more »
  • vSphere 7 – APIs, Code Capture, and Developer Center
    VMware vSphere 7 has been extremely popular since its release, bringing many new enhancements and features to virtual infrastructure (we’ve highlighted many of the updates on this blog!). There are some enhancements to the vSphere APIs, Code Capture, and the vSphere Developer Center features that make those easy-to-use tools even… Read more »
  • vSphere Releases 7.0b and 7.0bs
    Last week we released two new update versions for vSphere 7.0. When examining the vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM) image repository, you’ll notice that two new ESXi base images are automatically downloaded, reflecting the downloads that are available on my.vmware.com. There could be some confusion to why we released two versions.… Read more »
  • AI/ML, vSphere Bitfusion, and Docker Containers—A Sparkling Refreshment for Modern Apps
    We discuss in this article the use of containers for running AI and ML applications and why these applications might benefit from sharing access to remote and partial GPUs with VMware vSphere Bitfusion. The bulk of this blog, however, will be a detailed example of how to run a TensorFlow… Read more »
  • vSphere 7 with Kubernetes – Shared Infrastructure Services
    (By Michael West, Technical Product Manager, VMware)   The early adoption of Kubernetes generally involved patterns of relatively few large clusters deployed to bare metal infrastructure.  While applications running on the clusters tended to be ephemeral, the clusters themselves were not.  What we are seeing today is a shift toward… Read more »
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