Enterprise Mobility News – Q4

In the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility space things move at the speed of lightning. Please find below some of the major things that we’ve announced in the past three months that are in the public domain.

Thanks to Markus Ritt, who has compiled this list.

General Announcements


Microsoft Intune

  • Starting with November 17th several new Intune Capabilities have been rolled out. Read the blog post.
  • We found this recently on solutions-review.com: “Get Your Free 2015 Mobile Device Management (MDM) Buyers Guide, which includes a category overview; the Top 10 Questions to Ask; Plus a Capabilities Reference of the Top 20 Solution Providers of Mobile Device Management”.    Ask for the download
  • Microsoft Intune provides Day 0 Support for Android 5.0 Lollipop.   Read the details


Windows Phone

  • In case you or your customers/partners are interested in how to extend Windows Phone 8.1 Management and Inventory with OMA URI Settings and MOF Files, we recommend this blog post.


Azure AD Premium & Identity Management

  • Microsoft Identity Manager Public Preview is now available!     Read more
  • A new video that explains Microsoft Azure Active Directory is available on Channel 9:   Watch it


Azure Rights Management Services

  • You can show this nice “Microsoft Azure Rights Management explained” video to customers.   Watch it
  • Support for Role-based access control (RBAC) has been added to the Azure Preview portal in order to help organizations meet their access management requirements simply and precisely.   Read more
  • Do you know how to deploy the Azure Rights Management Connector?   If not, read it here
  • You want to create custom templates in Azure RMS with the Azure Management Portal. Then read this “older” but still interesting article
  • RMS sharing App is now also available for Mac PCs.    More about this
  • MobileIron also announced to work on something similar to our Azure RMS, but there is a catch. Read this external comment on this announcement.

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