Enterprise Mobility Management

Endpoint Zone Episode 12: Market update, Windows 10, MAM without device enrollment

Endpoint Zone Episode 12: Market update, Windows 10, MAM without device enrollment

In this episode of The Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson you’ll learn about Microsoft’s financial results and how they impact the EMM market (hint: you need a good long term partner). Brad and Simon then talk about new technology introduced in the latest Configuration Manager preview, improvements for Windows 10 with MDM like MSI distribution, pass the hash style attacks and how Intune lets you configure Microsoft Passport for Work to overcome them, Mobile Device Management without enrollment from the Admin’s viewpoint and much more!

 

[01:00] Brad’s thoughts on Microsoft’s results

[03:23] Over 70% of the Fortune 500 are now using 2+ Microsoft cloud services

[07:26] Over 1/3rd of the Fortune 500 have purchased EMS

[08:24] Fantastic how well Surface business is doing

[11:47] New CEO at Mobile Iron and new CEO at Citrix, Kirill Tataninov

[13:17] New Technology! Configuration Manager 1601

[15:40] New capability to manage MSI based apps using MDM

[16:47] New Windows 10 capabilities for Configuration Manager and Intune

[17:20] Simon explains how a Pass-the-hash style attack takes place

[20:00] Microsoft Passport for Work configuration in Microsoft Intune

[22:24] Brad explains how Provable PC Health will work with Intune

[26:30] IMEI preconfig for corporate owned devices

[27:00] Brad demos the admin experience for MAM without device enrollment

[34:46] iOS enhancements including increased DEP and VPP for the AppStore

[35:26] Ignite registrations are out!

 

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Endpoint Zone Episode 11: Year in review and Mobile App Management (MAM) without device enrollment

Endpoint Zone Episode 11: Year in review and Mobile App Management (MAM) without device enrollment

In this episode of The Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson we reflect [01:01] on what a big year 2015 was for enterprise mobility and some of the major shifts that happened in the Enterprise Mobility Market – remember if you’re considering any technology …

Azure RemoteApp Core Skills

How and When to Consider Azure RemoteApp

Microsoft Azure RemoteApp helps make your applications more widely available, on different devices regardless of if your end users are at work or not. While you may be enabling a solution like this today, think of all the time you could save (and how much you could save your business) if you could minimize complexity of your on-premises RDS deployments. To provide further details, I’ve selected two videos for you (one short for between meetings) and a longer one so you can go deep.