Windows 10 Servicing with ConfigMgr Confusion
What Current Branch and Current Branch for Business are not.
A lot has been written and spoken by Microsoft and in the community of Windows 10 as a service and it's multiple
UI++ Released
The latest update is here with some very nice new features (if I do say so myself).

Check it out here: UI++

Also remember that for support, suggestions, hints, samples, discussions, or whatever
OSD Frontends Series
My OSD Frontends three part series was released on the 1E blog a few months back; check it out:
Office 365 Inventory
With the addition of update channels to Office 365 and the self-controlled update mechanism in Office 365 Click to Run, keeping track of what versions and channels are in use in your environment is
Cross-site Images in ConfigMgr
If you create your OS images using ConfigMgr one potential issue is that the ConfigMgr client agent is embedded in your image. In and of itself, this isn't a huge deal if you are also deploying
Uninstall Software En Masse
Every now and then, you may have the need to uninstall software, not just a single version but all versions of a certain product from your systems; e.g., QuickTime or Adobe Reader. Because
The Unspoken Upgrade Requirement
When upgrading to Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) Current branch (CB) or even implementing it from scratch, there is an unspoken requirement. It's not really a requirement for ConfigMgr