1. Home
  2. Applications
  3. Microsoft on What’s new with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager @ Ignite 2017

Microsoft on What’s new with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager @ Ignite 2017

0
0

Organizations are continuing to experience an increasing number of devices and cloud services that are being used by their employees. While this allows people to achieve more at work, it also requires IT to enable and support new and more complex scenarios with the same budget and resources. Organizations are looking for a solution that allows them to manage their users, various device platforms, and different types of apps using an integrated, modern platform. We are excited to announce new features in Microsoft Intune to expand its unified endpoint management (UEM) capabilities. These improvements include conditional access enhancements across all platforms, integration with Jamf for macOS device compliance, a new and unique co-management capability with System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) for modern Windows 10 management, and more.

Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is designed to enable a modern workplace for employees and a new approach for IT to simplify management, improve security, and lower costs. You can read more about this new approach in Brad Anderson’s Microsoft 365 powered device blog post and our latest Mechanics video.

One of the key elements of Microsoft 365 powered device is the ability to modernize the deployment and management of Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus. We have been regularly adding new modern management features in Intune since the release of Windows 10. Some of recent improvements include the ability to deploy Office 365 ProPlus, BitLocker management, integration with Windows Update for Business, and more. We are also working on new features including the ability to run PowerShell scripts on Windows 10 devices using Intune Management Extension, new Windows 10 MDM settings, and enhanced support for Windows AutoPilot, Windows Defender ATP, Windows Store for Business, and Surface Hub.

While there are many benefits of modern management, most organizations are still using an on-premises Windows Server Active Directory (AD) and System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) to manage their Windows devices. Based on conversations with our customers, we heard that until now, it wasn’t always easy to move to modern management. Some customer scenarios require the ConfigMgr agent, and there are also Windows 7 devices that need to be managed. Customers also use deeply integrated partner or homegrown solutions for ConfigMgr, and not to mention the complexity of planning and switching from traditional to modern management with existing IT systems, organizational structures, and processes. Many organizations were looking for a more simplified and manageable way to transition from ConfigMgr and AD to a modern management approach with Intune and Azure AD. We are excited to make this possible with a new and unique feature of ConfigMgr and Intune called co-management.

Read the entire article here, What’s new with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager @ Ignite 2017 – Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog

via the fine folks at Microsoft.

Categories:
Microsoft Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

Featured Resources:

Related Articles:

| LATEST FEATURED RESOURCES

White Papers

‘All You Need to Know About Microsoft Windows Nano Server’ Veeam White Paper

Now updated for Windows Server 2016 GA release! You probably heard about Windows Nano Server already … but what is it exactly, and how do you get started with it? What value will it bring to your environment? Nano Server is a headless, 64-bit only deployment option for Windows Server 2016. Microsoft created this component specifically with […]

Downloads

Download Commvault VM Backup and Recovery: end-to-end VM backup, recovery and cloud management

Commvault’s ability to provide end-to-end VM backup, recovery and cloud management creates a significantly better way to build, protect and optimize VMs throughout their lifecycle. Our best-in-class software for VM backup, recovery and cloud management delivers a number of significant benefits, including: VM recovery with live recovery options; backup to and in the cloud; custom-fit […]

On-Demand Webinars

Architecting for today’s desktop environments – FSLogix On-Demand Webinar

October 19, 2017 Webinar with David Young, Solutions Architect and Product Champion, and Brandon Lee, Solutions Marketer. Video Recording of a live demo of FSLogix and an overview of the latest release of FSLogix Apps featuring Roaming XenApp Email Search and OneDrive App along with Skype for Business Global Address List and Device Based Licensing. […]

Latest Videos

Current State of EUC – E2EVC Video

Session from @E2EVC 2017 Orlando. For event information please visit www.e2evc.com/home. For slides, additional info etc please contact the presenter directly on Twitter. For best video and sound quality do visit the event! This video is from the fine folks at E2EVC Conference

Views All IT News on DABCC.com
Views All IT Videos on DABCC.com
Win a Tesla P100D

Visit Our Sponsors