Last month, we announced the general availability of System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, as well as updates to Windows Intune which, together, help organizations address consumerization through our People-centric IT Vision.
We’re pleased to announce that the Windows Intune Company Portal for iOS and the preview of the Windows Intune Company Portal for Android are now available in their respective stores. We expect to ship the final release of the Company Portal for Android by the end of 2013.
The Company Portal is an app that runs natively on each device which enables people to view and install the applications which IT has made available them, as well as view and remove/wipe their managed devices.
Windows Intune Company Portal for iOS
Windows Intune Company Portal for Android (preview)
The table below lists all of the Company Portal links for Windows Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.
Windows Intune Company Portal
(x86/x64 and RT)
Microsoft Download Center
Direct User Installation
System Center Configuration Manager Company Portal
Microsoft Download Center Only
Windows Intune Company Portal for Windows Phone 8
Windows Intune Company Portal for Android (Preview)
Hi guys, grate work here. Just what we where looking for, some feedback.
For the System Center Configuration Manager Company Portal and to a lesser extent Windows Intune Company Portal it would be VERY handy for the end user to see software available (with \with out approval) that is advertises to device collections, sometimes its necessary for licencing this keeps a consistent approach for users to access software. Its hard to explain to a user why they have to go to app A for user software and app B for devices software.
Also it would be grate if they could see and manage all there device from within the sccm portal app.
All you have to do now is make a proper Intune \sccm client \ portal for Mac OS X and you will be smoking 😃