The Cisco Meraki WAP is the gold standard for corporate-grade wifi. The integration and application support are excellent.
Windows 8 and Outlook.com
There are more than one way to create a Microsoft ID. I chose to create mine via Outlook.com. Since I've had Windows 8, which I like by the way, I've had the classic, "local user account". But recently I've began logging in to Winows 8 using my email@example.com Microsoft ID. It's much nicer to do this as all the buttons work seamlessly. The Store, Calendar, Email, and SkyDrive are all accessable instantly. Office 2013 automatically uses my login to configure Outlook using the firstname.lastname@example.org. Combined with the Surface tablet, it's a savvy setup going between devices and the cloud.
Cisco CNA 5.0 & Cisco CCP 2.7
While I wouldn't mind specializing doing Cisco-only work, I am not Cisco certified (officially) and therefore should not be listened-to regarding the following. I'm surprised how many Cisco certified professionals I work with have ever used CNA or CCP. Both programs are free, by the way. The CNA shows all corners of the device displaying tons of information, a lot of which real-time. The CCP lets you create config file templates. The really neat thing about CCP is if you don't know syntax, you can set the option in the GUI and copy the output, very helpful.
Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
The old Terminal Server is now Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. As many organizations use terminal server to allow many users to access an application or services centrally, using RDS there is a simple way to ease access to the terminal server. By creating a RemoteApp, you are simply creating a shortcut that points to a terminal server and application. The 'application' can be branded and deployed using GPO, email, etc.