Use Windows Intune to manage personal devices
Updated: April 1, 2014
Applies To: Windows Intune
The proliferation of consumer devices and ubiquitous information access is driving the enterprise away from a device-centric model centered on corporate-owned and provisioned devices to a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) model in which employees use their own devices to access corporate applications and data. When they’re working, people expect consistent access to corporate tools and data regardless of the type of device they’re using. They also want their corporate-issued technology and resources to look and behave like their personal technology—always on and always available from any device, from virtually anywhere.
The trend toward BYOD—and with it, the move toward the personalization of IT— presents an opportunity for IT to help increase user productivity and satisfaction. At the same time, this trend brings numerous management and security challenges to IT organizations, which must see that enterprise infrastructure and corporate data are protected from malicious intent, while ensuring that these resources can be accessed in compliance with corporate policies regardless of device type or location.
Windows Intune can help you to manage and protect personal devices, while at the same time protecting your company. To learn about how Windows Intune helps you to manage personal devices, see the Windows Intune evaluation guide. For a tour of Windows Intune, see Getting started with Windows Intune: walkthrough guide