The New Windows Intune Update Allows Rectification of PC Issues
FREMONT, CA: Microsoft keeps up its tradition of regularly updating Intune- the mobile device management solution. The latest roll out aids in resolving pc issues efficiently. It mainly assists to keep corporate information secure.
Apart from providing mobile device management, windows Intune also offer mobile application management and pc management capabilities from the cloud. It protects the company data using Enterprise Data Protection (EDP) by restricting and sending alerts regarding the company data sharing. Without requiring changes in environments and apps, EDP provides a better user experience by protecting enterprise apps and data against disclosure risks.
Intune also enables faster access to infrastructure services for development, testing and production workloads. It is developed by giving prominence to automation and better user experience. The clients are able to register, enroll, and manage their devices, besides installing corporate applications from the self-service Company Portal. Intune averts the leakage of company data from Exchange and Outlook email, keeping it secure from threats and viruses, tracking hardware and software inventory.
With the new Intune update, administrators can create and deploy configuration policies for list of apps mentioned previously in the Windows 10 EDP settings. Intune’s latest updates also include Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and Day 0 support.
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