Client management from the cloud with the new Windows Intune
Managing the diversity of platforms in today's modern enterprise means securing and managing the new generation of powerful PCs, tablets and smartphones and the latest release of the Windows Intune service provides the cloud-based client management component of a unified device management solution.
The latest release of Windows Intune establishes the service as the premier way to manage personal computers and mobile devices for both small and medium businesses and large enterprises.
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This document is designed to help you evaluate the main features of Windows Intune and set up your new Windows Intune environment.
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Why Windows Intune?
Windows Intune is an integrated, cloud-based client management solution. Understand the management tasks that you can perform, how you can control which users are managed by Windows Intune, and how the Windows Intune company portal lets your users more securely access and install available licensed software applications and perform other common tasks without the need for IT staff assistance.
The Windows Intune is cloud service helps you centrally manage and secure your PCs through a simple web-based console.
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Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich is joined by a panel of IT professionals and cloud experts to discuss best practices in PC management, the challenges of protecting and supporting remote users, and real life experience with Windows Intune.
Delivering unified device management with Windows Intune and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1
The latest Windows Intune service, together with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection Service Pack 1, deliver a unified device management solution for the enterprise.
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