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Windows Intune, now part of Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Solutions offering (EMS), enables organizations to allow their people use the devices and applications while meeting the business’ security compliance needs. More than just your standard Mobile Device Management suite, Intune provides secure gateways for people to gain access to information that matters to them most. With Intune being based in the cloud, many questions surrounding security and compliance have been submitted to the #CANITPRO team via social media. This post has been created to not only address the top 3 questions, but to also hopefully start a conversation around adoption. The top security and compliance questions are as follows:
Mobile enablement for business is no longer a question of when. Windows Intune, whether standalone or “Better Together” with System Center Configuration Manager, provides robust enablement of secure access to pertinent organizational data across a plethora of OS offerings. Learn more regarding Windows Intune and its capabilities on CANITPRO.NET.