Announcing general availability of Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices with a work profile
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Announcing general availability of Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices with a work profile

Today, Microsoft is announcing the general availability of Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices with a work profile in Endpoint Manager. With this release, Endpoint Manager now supports the complete set of Android Enterprise management scenarios, including dedicated devices, fully managed devices, and personally-owned devices with a work profile.   Nowadays, it is not uncommon for many of us to use our…

What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2106 (June) Edition
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What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2106 (June) Edition

This month, we’re releasing new productivity and security capabilities within Microsoft Endpoint Manager. You can view the complete list of What’s New in the 2106 (June) release for details. The three capabilities I highlight this month improve the experience for users and provide more flexibility and management options for organizations that support Android deployments. As…

Use Microsoft Endpoint Manager filters to target apps and policies to specific devices
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Use Microsoft Endpoint Manager filters to target apps and policies to specific devices

IT administrators can now use filters in Microsoft Endpoint Manager to target apps, policies and other workload types to specific devices. Available in public preview with the May release of Microsoft Intune, the filters feature gives IT admins more flexibility and  helps them protect data within applications, simplify app deployments, and speed up software updates….

What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2104 (April) Edition
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What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2104 (April) Edition

Protection on shared devices, Setup Assistant with modern authentication, and insights into OS health – What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2104 (April) Edition   This month, we’re releasing new capabilities that update the user experience across multiple platforms. You can view the complete list of What’s New in the 2104 (April) release for…

How does Microsoft Intune transform Android enterprise management? Let me count the ways
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How does Microsoft Intune transform Android enterprise management? Let me count the ways

With Android Enterprise, Google raises the bar for management of mobile devices and services. Additional management capabilities and improved consistency across the Android ecosystem enable you to confidently deploy Android devices in your enterprise. From the enterprise mobility management (EMM) perspective, Android Enterprise replaces legacy Device Administration API (referred to as device admin in this article)…

Microsoft and Zscaler enhance the remote user experience for iOS users
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Microsoft and Zscaler enhance the remote user experience for iOS users

Microsoft and Zscaler expand their security association with new capabilities using Microsoft EMS, including Microsoft Intune and Azure Active Directory (AAD). Customers using the Zscaler Application on Intune-managed iOS devices to establish VPN connections can now enjoy seamless deployment and configuration of the app. The new capability allows IT admins to provision the Zscaler app…

Announcing general availability for Microsoft Edge mobile app integration with Microsoft Intune
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Announcing general availability for Microsoft Edge mobile app integration with Microsoft Intune

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming general availability of Microsoft Intune app protection policies in Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android for secure access to internal and external sites. This is an exciting step in our journey of evolving Microsoft Edge into the best browser for the enterprise. Since the launch of our preview,…

Microsoft Intune security tasks extend Microsoft Defender ATP’s Threat & Vulnerability Management
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Microsoft Intune security tasks extend Microsoft Defender ATP’s Threat & Vulnerability Management

Effectively identifying, assessing, and remediating endpoint weaknesses is pivotal in running a healthy security program and reducing organizational risk. Today, we are happy to introduce Microsoft Intune security tasks, a new one-click remediation capability in Microsoft 365 that bridges security stakeholders—security administrators, security operations, and IT administrators—by allowing them to collaborate and seamlessly remediate threats….