What settings can Microsoft Intune control?

Q: (from Joe) For employees that are accessing email via a mobile device, do we have the ability to block their ability to download attachments? A: In order to control what organizational assets are stored on the local device, you need control of the local device. That is done with Microsoft Intune. I did a…


SMB JumpStart: Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS)

Tim Tetrick   Hello Microsoft Cloud Partners, Our new SMB JumpStart: Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) program kicks off on November 8 and you won’t want to miss this great opportunity designed to help your team comprehend, adopt, and deploy EMS based solutions to expand your business opportunities. Register now This five-week program is comprised…


Enterprise Mobility Practice Builder Site

Tim Tetrick Hello Microsoft Partners, If you’re looking to build an Enterprise Mobility practice – whether you’re focusing on individual services (Microsoft Intune for Mobile Device & App Management, Azure Active Directory Premium for Identity and Access Management, Azure Rights Management for Information Protection, Advanced Threat Analytics for Behavior-based Analytics) or the full Enterprise Mobility…


Device Retirement and Selective Wipe with Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)

Tim Tetrick In Part 3 of 3 in this mini demo series around Managing Mobile Productivity, we’ll look at how Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) can perform a selective wipe on a device that destroys all the corporate data from the device, but leave the personal data intact. The end user can un-enroll the device themselves,…


Mobile Application Management with Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)

Tim Tetrick In Part 2 of 3 in this mini demo series around Managing Mobile Productivity, we’ll see how you can use mobile application management with Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) to help organizations secure corporate data by preventing it from being copied to personal apps on the device.  EMS is uniquely able to manage and…

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Conditional Access to Corporate Email and Documents Using Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)

Tim Tetrick Hello Microsoft Cloud Partners! Your customers want to use their mobile devices to access their corporate email and documents.  IT, on the other hand, needs to make sure that corporate data is secure, wherever it is.  In Part 1 of 3 in this mini demo series around Managing Mobile Productivity, I’ll show you…

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New Online Technical Training for Deploying Enterprise Mobility Suite

Tim Tetrick Microsoft is seeing great momentum in its Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) and this is a prime opportunity for partners to start building their Microsoft Enterprise Mobility practice. Developed and delivered by our engineering teams, this in-depth level 300-400 technical training will equip you with the knowledge you’ll need to effectively deploy EMS! The…

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Enterprise Mobility Demo Environment is Now Available

Tim Tetrick Enterprise Mobility Demo Environment is Now Available We are pleased to announce that the Enterprise Mobility Demo environment is now available. It is integrated to the Office demo program, providing you a rich environment, with the latest and greatest features and content to showcase EMS and Office 365 in action. All Microsoft FTEs…


Built-in mobile device management in Office 365 now available

Tim Tetrick Back in October, 2014 Microsoft announced that built-in mobile device management (MDM) capabilities were coming to Office 365.  I am pleased to announce that as of Monday, March 30 this is now generally available and included at no additional cost in all Office 365 commercial plans, including Business, Enterprise, EDU, and Government plans. …


Mobile Device Management built into Office 365

No question on this one! I just watched the Garage video on our announcement of Mobile Device Management being added into Office 365 and there are some great features to allow corporate management of the corporate data that might end up on a personal device. Watch the video for more details: http://microsoft-news.com/microsoft-announces-built-in-mobile-device-management-for-office-365/ I think it…