Josh Condie – Employees are becoming more and more tech-savvy and demanding greater flexibility with their work style, where and how they access information and what devices and computing platforms they use. An increasing number of employees are mobile or home-based today and need to work from anywhere, at any time, and they expect their PCs to be up to date and protected from malware so that they have the tools they need to be productive. But this can be a significant challenge for IT Professionals given the complexities surrounding an organization’s PC infrastructure and network design:
Windows Intune, with the June 2012 Release available today, is continuing to evolve its cloud-based functionality for the SMB by enabling the Consumerization of IT movement to become a reality. With Windows 8 around the corner, Windows Intune will be a key piece of Microsoft’s management strategy, with new features such as:
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The following list summarizes the enhancements that are available in this release of Windows Intune:
Windows Intune Core
* The full list of supported features is dependent on the capabilities of the mobile device.