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Microsoft: Understanding the Partnership Between OMS and System Center Configuration Manager

Microsoft announced new licensing options on October 1st 2106 making it very attractive for OMS managed servers to have a ConfigMgr license bundled with it. Could this be the renaissance of server management with ConfigMgr? Microsoft is currently evolving the two-decade old System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) offering into a “As a Service” model with multiple updates per […]

Microsoft Releases NEW Documentation Site for Configuration Manager!

We have moved the System Center Configuration Manager documentation from TechNet to our new documentation platform, We have been working hard to make this site a much better experience for you to consume technical information, including how to use Configuration Manager with Intune. Note: The documentation for the 2012 and 2007 versions of Configuration […]

Microsoft Video: Advanced Conditional Access by Enterprise Mobility + Security

Conditional access from EMS harnesses the power of Azure Active Directory Premium and Microsoft Intune, providing the control you need to keep your corporate data secure, while giving your people an experience that allows them to do their best work from any device. With conditional access, you can define adaptive policies that limit access to […]

Microsoft Releases #AzureAD Conditional Access policies for iOS, Android and Windows

Great news to share today! The Azure AD device-based Conditional Access policies for iOS, Android and Windows are generally available. Since we announced the public preview of this feature back in August, we’ve seen a ton of customer interest and usage. So we’re really pleased to be able to release these features for production usage. […]

Microsoft Releases Update 1609 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview!

Hello everyone! Update 1609 for System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview has been released. Technical Preview releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features in a test environment before they are made generally available. This month’s new preview features include: Windows 10 Upgrade Analytics – Assess and analyze device readiness and […]

Microsoft: Protect your data at the front door with conditional access from Enterprise Mobility + Security

With smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs, people have an increasing number of options for getting and staying connected at any time. Users expect the freedom to access their corporate email and documents from anywhere on any device–and they expect the experience to be seamless and modern. This means IT needs to make sure that corporate […]

Citrix Mobility Master Class Video: What’s new with XenMobile mobile application management (MAM)

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Join our mobility experts for a discussion and technical demonstration on what’s new in Citrix XenMobile MAM enrollment, new secure apps and features, how to configure Microsoft Intune MAM policy for Microsoft Office apps and how to apply Intune data loss and data storage policies for Office apps to a XenMobile MAM/enrolled device. Learn more […]

Microsoft Intune support for Android for Work

Today, we are announcing that Intune is now part of the Android for Work program and in the early stages of rolling out Android for Work features. Here’s a sample of what you can expect to see in our initial release of Android for Work support: A broader set of management policies for Android devices; […]

Microsoft Intune provides support for iOS 10

Earlier today, Apple announced the availability of iOS 10 (with public release scheduled for 9/13/2016). Since the initial beta bits were first released, we have been busy working to ensure that all existing MDM and MAM scenarios are compatible with the latest version of iOS and we are pleased to announce that Microsoft Intune will […]

What’s New in Microsoft Intune: Enhanced app management control for iOS 9.3 and Samsung KNOX devices

Unwanted applications such as those preinstalled on some devices can be a cause of concern for customers managing corporate-owned devices. Also, some organizations need to have specific control over which applications can be installed on their devices from public app stores. The August update of Intune brings some important enhancements to app management on iOS […]

Citrix: Open XenMobile WorxMail Attachments Securely using Microsoft Office Apps

Citrix Systems
Citrix XenMobile and Intune: working in together to Open WorxMail Attachments using Microsoft Office Apps. If you are planning to use WorxMail, delivered from XenMobile, as your containerized mail client and leverage the Microsoft Office applications to open the attachment from WorxMail securely, then you are in the right place. This document will help you understand […]

New: Compare Leading ‘Unified Device Management’ Solutions at WhatMatrix!

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Mobility has become an integral part of our personal lives and we see these consumer-driven approaches being pushed in to the Enterprise. The new reality is that multiple communication devices are no longer an “option”, they have become a common business need. A large portion of the information flow and collaboration activity now happens via small […]

Microsoft: Work Folders and Offline Files support for Windows Information Protection

I’m Jeff Patterson, Program Manager for Work Folders and Offline Files. Windows 10, version 1607 will be available to Enterprise customers soon so I wanted to cover support for Windows Information Protection (a.k.a. Enterprise Data Protection) when using Work Folders or Offline Files. Windows Information Protection Overview Windows Information Protection (WIP) is a new security […]

Microsoft: Ensuring mobile devices are up to date using Microsoft Intune

On August 25th, 2016 Lookout released research, conducted in partnership with The Citizen Lab (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto), about a sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack on iOS that uses three zero-day vulnerabilities called “Trident.” When exploited, these vulnerabilities can form an attack chain that subverts even Apple’s strong security. According […]

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