Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager to manage all your devices

Do more than keep your business up and running

Mobility and IT consumerization have become a way of life in the enterprise. Today’s users expect to get their work done from anywhere at any time using a variety of devices from desktop and laptop PCs to tablets and smartphones.
Technology is changing the way we all work. Digital transformations enable the flexibility to work from anywhere, on any device. That flexibility doesn’t mean, however, that you’re not responsible for the security of your organization’s data, no matter where it lives. Modern workplaces demand a new approach to managing and securing data and devices, alongside seamless interactions between the productivity tools you rely on.
Do more than keeping your business up and running. Consolidate your endpoint and workspace management, satisfy growing user expectations, and simplify your management processes through a single, unified endpoint management suite.

Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager to manage all your devices

Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) helps you solve the challenge of device management in today’s mobile and remote work environment. MEM is a secure and intelligent management solution that improves productivity and collaboration with the familiar experiences users expect and gives IT the flexibility to support diverse scenarios for both bring your own device (BYOD) and corporate owned devices. Learn how integrated solutions in MEM help manage devices in your organization.

Intune is a cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) service that enables user productivity while keeping your corporate data protected. Intune integrates with Azure Active Directory for identity and access control, and Azure Information Protection for data protection. Intune can enforce security policies, wipe devices remotely, and deploy apps.

Use Intune to manage apps and mobile devices by “enrolling” devices. When you enroll, you can use profiles to manage different settings and features on devices. The following table shows the most common device profiles for Windows 10.

What we Offer…

Allows you to configure trust and certificates used for Wi-Fi, VPN, email profiles, and more.

Allows you to manage wireless network settings for users and devices. In Windows 10, managing settings for users allows them to connect to corporate Wi-Fi without having to configure the connection manually.

Adds a virtual private network (VPN) with your organizational settings so your users’ devices get network access quickly and easily.

Configures different options for the Take a Test app on Windows 10 devices in classroom environments.

Manages Exchange ActiveSync settings on devices.

 Edition upgrade
Upgrades Windows 10 devices to Windows 10 Enterprise, S mode, and more.

Endpoint protection
Configures settings for BitLocker and Windows Defender.

Windows Information Protection
Allows you to configure Windows Information Protection for data loss prevention.

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Microsoft Teams

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Unified Endpoint Management

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Windows 10

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