In this episode of the Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson, Simon May asks Brad what’s new since the last show (cyber attacks and worldwide Intune roll-outs). Next up Simon and Brad talk about the last 90 days in the world of Enterprise Mobility and Brad’s architecture matters blog series. In the guest[…]Read More »
In this episode of The Edge Show on Channel 9 I talked about Azure AD SaaS apps integration with Eran Dvir, Senior Program Manager from Microsoft’s Identity team about what Azure AD SaaS app integration can do.
- We talk through and show new capabilities around adding your own, custom SaaS apps
- We take a look at how Azure AD SaaS apps can help you manage access to shared, corporate apps such as Twitter accounts.
- We take a look at what integration with HR systems looks like (hint, Nirvana!);
Conditional Access to company resources is something I’m especially interested in and you should be too. It gives you the ability to allow only registered devices to access files and email and that gives you (the IT Admin) the control your company requires you to have over data. It’s a brilliant feature and I was thrilled when Brad asked me to come talk to him about it.Read More »
Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite is an awesome set of tools to help you manage mobility. But where do you start and what do the components do and why do you even need them? If you have EMS are you using all it’s tools to the best advantage?Read More »
The Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Blog posted a roundup of all of the Microsoft Virtual Academy courses that we’ve published that cover aspects of Enterprise Mobility Suite, including:
- Microsoft Intune
- Azure RemoteApp
- System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2
- Managing iOS and Android
Just a few weeks ago my colleague Kevin Remde and I hit the Microsoft Virtual Academy studios to record a live “Jumpstart” event aimed at getting you up and running on Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) and on using it to tame your iOS and Android devices. IF you’re not aware there are many, many ways that EMS can help you get your iOS and Android estates under control – things like…Read More »
One of the hardest things with enterprise mobility is being able to try out some of the tools quickly. The problem is that in your lab it can take time to build some of the basic building blocks. Like servers, AD DS domains, populate user accounts and devices and all[…]Read More »