Microsoft Intune

With more devices than ever—smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs—people have an increasing number of options for getting and staying connected. Employees expect the freedom to access their work email and documents from anywhere on any device. Intune gives you a diverse set of tools for managing your complex mobile environment. Intune’s innovative combination of mobile application management and device management options give you flexibility in how you manage and secure mobile productivity.

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We provide physical security for our datacenters and enterprise-grade security for our systems. Our architecture security encompasses client installation and enrollment of Intune on PCs and mobile devices; account, administrator, and end-user portals; identity and authentication controls; and interoperability with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.


Microsoft complies with the data protection and privacy laws generally applicable to our provision of cloud services. You are responsible for determining if Intune and the applications you deploy on Intune comply with the specific laws and regulations applicable to your industry and end users. We have developed a comprehensive compliance framework to help you comply with your specific requirements.

Compliance offerings for Intune

Intune meets the requirements specified in the following compliance certifications:


Customer data

Microsoft believes that you own your data. We use it only to provide the services we have mutually agreed upon, including for purposes that are compatible with providing those services. We do not use your data for advertising.

Data location

Microsoft currently operates Intune in regional datacenters in the United States, Europe, and Asia/Pacific. When you initially sign up for Intune, your administrator will create a tenant account and choose the country or region where your data will be stored.

Data ownership

You own your data and can cancel subscriptions and request deletion of your data at any time. If you do not renew your Intune subscriptions, your data will be deleted within the timeline specified in the Online Services Terms.


Microsoft provides transparency about its practices: sharing where your data is stored, affirming that your data is used only to deliver agreed-upon services, and specifying how Microsoft engineers and approved subcontractors use this data to provide services.

Microsoft uses strict controls to govern access to customer data, granting the lowest level of access required to complete key tasks and revoking access when it is no longer needed.

You can learn more about Microsoft data practices by reading the Online Services Terms and Microsoft Online Services Privacy Statement.


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