With more people using personal devices for work, the need to protect corporate resources, documents, and data increases. At Microsoft, we manage mobile productivity to give people a consistent experience on both work and personal devices. We use Microsoft Intune and Microsoft Azure Active Directory to manage mobile devices and balance mobility with app security and identity management.
IT Showcase brought together subject matter experts from our Enterprise Mobility at Microsoft course to answer questions about how Microsoft IT designs, deploys, and supports mobility at Microsoft. In this session, they discuss Office 365 management, migration to Intune, group policy, device classification, mobile device management with Intune, Azure Active Directory, mobile application management, best practices for engineering teams and mobile application development, and much more.
Microsoft Intune makes it convenient to bring your own device to work! You will see how simple it is to enroll personal mobile devices into Intune for secure access to corporate resources and applications. Microsoft IT uses Intune to help ensure that personal devices, such as iOS devices, adhere to corporate security policies without accessing your personal files.
Microsoft Intune enables mobile device management for personal devices. We will demonstrate both sides of the Intune experience—watch an employee enroll her personal iOS device into Intune, gaining access to corporate resources and applications. Then see an administrator create a corporate policy from the management console to help ensure the security of corporate data.
Microsoft Intune simplifies BYOD and mobile device management! Intune manages personal devices in a corporate environment, giving employees access to corporate resources on their own mobile devices, all while helping ensure corporate data security. We show how an IT administrator can create a corporate security compliance policy from the management console and apply it to enrolled devices.
Enterprise State Roaming is easy to deploy and manage with the Azure portal. It makes it easier for users to set up and configure new corporate or personal Windows 10 devices, and it helps protect privacy with separate business and personal settings.