Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog

The New Intune and Conditional Access Admin Consoles are GA

There are a handful of topics that consistently come up whenever I meet with our customers and partners – and one of the most common has to do with how to balance productivity for end users with the need for security and control of company data.  The tension between these two needs is the stage...

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The Unbelievably Diverse Array of Devices Managed by Our Customers

Something I have come to really appreciate as we’ve built Intune and watched its usage scale to millions of devices is the unbelievably broad and diverse types of hardware our customers have to manage. To put this challenge in perspective, check out the chart below. In this chart, you can see the diversity of devices...

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New Updates to the Azure AD Power BI content pack!

Howdy folks, Those of you who follow the blog will remember that in January we announced the integration of Azure Active Directory APIs with Power BI. This integration makes it easy to download pre-built content packs that give you visibility into everything happening in your Azure Active Directory tenant. This content pack has been super...

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How Microsoft EMS can support you in your journey to EU GDPR compliance – Part 3

Granting and restricting access to data with Azure Active Directory This blog post is the latest in our series about how EMS can support you in your journey to EU GDPR compliance. We last looked at how Azure Information Protection helps keep your data protected, whether it’s stored on-premises or in the cloud. Today, I’m...

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Update 1706 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

Hello everyone! We are happy to let you know that update 1706 for the Technical Preview Branch of System Center Configuration Manager has been released. Technical Preview Branch releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features in a test environment before they are made generally available. This month’s new preview features...

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Disaster recovery for Remote Desktop Services: New resources available

This post is authored by Haley Rowland, Program Manager, Remote Desktop Services. We’ve published new documentation on how to protect the resources running in your RDS deployment and enable disaster recovery through a geo-redundant RDS deployment. When you deploy Remote Desktop Services into your environment, it becomes a critical part of your infrastructure, particularly the apps...

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Azure Information Protection “Do not track” feature now in Preview

Hi everyone, and welcome to an important post for those of you who have been using the document tracking and revocation feature. We received feedback from some of you around privacy and compliance when using this feature and we’ve tried to address that with this release. We are excited to release in preview the new...

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How do your enterprise mobility and security solutions stack up?

Many of our customers have existing mobility and security solutions that are either legacy investments or focused point solutions that respond to specific needs—very few organizations are able to start from scratch. The complexity of coordinating multiple point solutions, combined with the leaner budgets and shrinking bandwidth of IT, can make it challenging to evaluate...

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Ping Access for Azure AD is now Generally Available (GA)!

Howdy folks, Many of you already use Azure AD Application Proxy to provide single sign-on (SSO) and secure remote access to your users for web applications hosted on-premises. However, some of you also need Azure AD Application Proxy to support on-premises apps that use headers for authentication. As you may remember from our public preview...

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Azure AD makes the leaders quadrant in Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant for Access Management!

Howdy folks, I have great news to share with you today! Gartner released their 2017 Magic Quadrant for Access Management (AM MQ), which shows that Microsoft is placed in the leaders quadrant for our completeness of vision and ability to execute. The AM MQ is a new MQ. It is a separate entity from the...

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