provides mobile device management, mobile application management, and PC management capabilities from the cloud. Using Intune, organizations can provide their employees with access to corporate applications, data, and resources from virtually anywhere on almost any device, while helping to keep corporate information secure.
About the Company
- Provide a self-service Company Portal for users to enroll their own devices and install corporate applications across the most popular mobile platforms
- Deploy certificates, WiFi, VPN, and email profiles automatically once a device is enrolled, enabling users to access corporate resources with the appropriate security configurations
- Deliver comprehensive settings management for mobile devices, enabling the execution of remote actions such as passcode reset, device lock, data encryption, and full wipe to protect corporate data on lost or stolen devices
- Protect corporate data by restricting access to Exchange email, Outlook email, and OneDrive for Business documents when a user tries to access resources on an unenrolled or non-compliant device based upon policies set by the administrator
- Simplify enrollment of corporate devices with bulk enrollment using Apple Configurator or a single service account, enabling IT administrators to set policies and deploy applications on a large scale
- Streamline the enrollment of iOS devices purchased directly from Apple or an authorized reseller with the Device Enrollment Program (DEP)
- Enable the enforcement of more strict “lock down” policies for Supervised iOS devices, Android devices using Kiosk Mode, and Windows Phone devices using Assigned Access.
- Enable your workforce to securely access corporate information using the Office mobile apps they know and love while preventing leakage of your company's data by restricting actions such as copy/cut/paste/save in your managed app ecosystem
- Manage Office mobile apps with or without enrolling the device for management to protect corporate information without the risk of intruding on a user’s personal life
- Apply the same management policies to your existing line-of-business (LOB) applications using the Intune App Wrapping Tool, without requiring code changes in those LOB apps
- Allow users to securely view content on devices within your managed app ecosystem using the Managed Browser, PDF Viewer, AV Player, and Image Viewer apps for Intune
- Allow administrators and device users to protect corporate information through selective wipe of managed apps and related data when a device is unenrolled, no longer compliant, lost, stolen, or retired from use
- Enable administrators to push required apps automatically during enrollment and allow users to easily install corporate apps from the self-service Company Portal
- Provide the ability to deny specific applications or URL addresses from being accessed on mobile devices
- Integrate your existing System Center 2012 Configuration Manager infrastructure with Intune, further enhancing your ability to manage PCs, Macs, and Unix/Linux servers, as well as mobile devices from a single management console, while building on existing investments and skills
- Provide real-time protection against malware threats on managed computers, keep malware definitions up-to date, and automatically scan computers to help protect against malware infections and other potentially unwanted software
- Collect information about hardware configurations and software installed on managed computers, allowing you to generate reports, organize groups of computers, and more effectively target software deployments
- Simplify administration by deploying software and configuring Windows Firewall settings on computers based upon policies defined by the administrator
Microsoft Corporation is a company that makes computer software and video games for users around the world. Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded the company in 1975.Microsoft makes Windows, Microsoft Office, Edge, MSN and the Xbox One, among others. Most Microsoft programs cannot be downloaded for free - people have to buy them in a shop or online. Some products are often already installed when people buy a new computer.