Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog

New capabilities coming to Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS)

As 2016 draws to a close, we would like to thank you for choosing Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) to protect and secure your employees as you continue to digitally transform your organizations. More than 37,000 customers and over half of the Fortune 500 have now chosen EMS. With EMS we continue to build...

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Public preview of Intune on Azure

Get ready for a whole new Intune experience. In early 2017 we will begin migrating our Intune admin experience onto the Azure portal, allowing for powerful and integrated management of core EMS workflows on a modern service platform that’s extensible using Graph APIs. In advance of the general availability of this portal for all Intune...

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New in Intune: More conditional access, App SDK updates, and Android for Work!

A lot of teams ramp down at the end of the year, shifting into holiday hibernation mode for the final stretch. But not us. We’re still pushing at full speed, dedicated to delivering more value to you in the remainder of 2016. If you’re already making the shift into holiday mode, we suggest you bookmark...

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Breaking down EMS Conditional Access: Part 1

This post is the first in a 3-part series detailing Conditional Access from Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security. The way your employees interact with their devices, apps, and corporate data has changed with the adoption of mobility and cloud services. While users have become more productive, the new norm of mobile productivity requires innovative tools...

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Protect your data at the front door with Conditional Access from Enterprise Mobility + Security

With smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs, people have an increasing number of options for getting and staying connected at any time. Users expect the freedom to access their corporate email and documents from anywhere on any device–and they expect the experience to be seamless and modern. This means IT needs to make sure that corporate...

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Microsoft Intune support for Android for Work

Today, we are announcing that Intune is now part of the Android for Work program and in the early stages of rolling out Android for Work features. Here’s a sample of what you can expect to see in our initial release of Android for Work support: A broader set of management policies for Android devices;...

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Microsoft Intune provides support for iOS 10

Earlier today, Apple announced the availability of iOS 10 (with public release scheduled for 9/13/2016). Since the initial beta bits were first released, we have been busy working to ensure that all existing MDM and MAM scenarios are compatible with the latest version of iOS and we are pleased to announce that Microsoft Intune will...

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New in Intune: Enhanced app management control for iOS 9.3 and Samsung KNOX devices

Unwanted applications such as those preinstalled on some devices can be a cause of concern for customers managing corporate-owned devices. Also, some organizations need to have specific control over which applications can be installed on their devices from public app stores. The August update of Intune brings some important enhancements to app management on iOS...

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Ensuring mobile devices are up to date using Microsoft Intune

This post was authored by Chris Green, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Intune. On August 25th, 2016 Lookout released research, conducted in partnership with The Citizen Lab (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto), about a sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack on iOS that uses three zero-day vulnerabilities called “Trident.” When exploited, these vulnerabilities...

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Microsoft Intune provides day 0 support for Android Nougat

Today Google announced the general availability of the Android Nougat update (also known as Android N or Android 7.0). Since the day the developer preview bits first became available back in March 2016, the Intune team has been testing our MDM and MAM scenarios with the available Android N preview builds. We always make day...

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