In this episode, Brad talks about a recent trip to some customers in the mid-west, an incredible learning experience, seeing some of the real world challenges of trying to cobble point solutions together for EMM. Simon and Brad then talk about Conditional Access controls, Microsoft Ignite and much more. Don’t[…]Read More »
The Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneDrive apps are hugely popular on iOS and are natively instrumented for management only with Microsoft Intune. On Android, OneDrive, Office Mobile, and many other apps are also natively instrumented only for Intune. In this post, you’ll learn about Mobile Application Management in Microsoft Intune, including containers, encryption, policies, and app deployment. Dive in!Read More »
Edge Show 135 Understanding Azure RemoteApp+ What happened in Microsoft Enterprise Mobility and Windows in January / Febuary
The last month has been pretty busy again in the space of enterprise mobility and Windows. Lots of new announcements, features, and products coming out the door of Redmond.Read More »
With a new version of Windows coming down the pipe, Microsoft have begun to let you know about some of the key technologies you need to know a little more about. Those technologies aren’t just key to helping your users to have an amazing Windows experience though, no matter what device they use these core skills for enterprise mobility will help all your users have a better experience.
Enterprise Mobility Management is a massive subject domain, subdivided into multiple solution domains to achieve that holy grail of outcomes: Maximize personal and organizational productivity while minimizing organizational risk (and minimizing personal privacy invasion). I include the section in parenthesis because it’s important, IT needs to respect user privacy to gain user trust.
So I decided to break it down into 10 Core Skills for Enterprise Mobility.Read More »
There is a lot that you can do with Microsoft Intune and apps that are running on Samsung KNOX devices. Samsung KNOX has very good, deep and wide management that’s enabled through Microsoft Intune, from app deployment, email configuration right through to making task worker devices with Kiosk mode. Take this Free MVA course to learn more.Read More »
Connecting on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD can give your org these 5 great advantages (+ how to do it)
Azure AD is an identity platform built for the modern world. Of course, Azure AD doesn’t replace your on-prem Active Directory but it does compliment and extend its capabilities, solving many traditional on-prem identity problems such as:
- You need to simplify logon and identity to your primary business productivity platform.
- You need to simplify logon and identity to your primary business SaaS based apps.
- Do you need to provide access to internal apps without a VPN?
- You need to stop your developers building random identity platforms and making your life hard.
- You need MUCH better user activity insight, i.e. breach detection.