You can read all about the newest version of Windows Intune over on the Windows blog; a quick summary follows below along with links to useful resources.
Windows Intune brings together Windows cloud services for PC management, endpoint protection, and a Windows 7 upgrade subscription. With its simple web-based console, it can help you manage and secure virtually all your users’ PCs through the cloud—whether they’re working onsite, at home, in a remote office, or on the road. All you need is an Internet connection and the Windows Intune client installed on each PC you wish to manage.
The October 17th release of Windows Intune is packed with exciting new features—such as the ability to distribute third-party software, manage Microsoft and non-Microsoft licenses, and get better control of remote PCs. It’s also easier to use, with context-driven menus, improved navigation, and color-coded alerts that you can sort according to your own parameters.
Sign up for Windows Intune FREE 30-day trial today!
Learn more about what’s new!
- What’s New in Windows Intune
- Windows Intune at a Glance
- Windows Intune Product Guide
- Deploying Software and Third-Party Updates with Windows Intune
- Getting Started Guide
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Windows Intune Springboard Series
- Calculate your ROI
- Windows Intune Overview Video
- Software Deployment Video
- Software license management Video
- Windows Intune Policy enhancements Video
- Remote Task Video
If you’re not using Windows Intune yet, this is the perfect time to sign up for a free 30-day trial! View the complete Windows Intune Getting Started Guide to learn how to get the most from your trial.*
If you’re already a Windows Intune pro, don’t worry—the architecture hasn’t changed at all. It just offers many new features and is a lot easier to use. Learn more about how you’ll get this next release.
* Please note that if you’re purchasing Windows Intune through an Enterprise Agreement, you won’t be able to migrate your Windows Intune trial to the paid service.