What is Microsoft Intune


Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) service that helps organizations manage and secure devices, apps, and data. With Intune, you can:

1.     Enroll and manage devices: You can enroll devices (e.g., PCs, laptops, smartphones, and tablets) in Intune and set up policies to ensure that they are compliant with your organization's security standards.

2.     Secure access to corporate resources: You can use Intune to secure access to corporate resources, such as email, apps, and data. For example, you can set up multifactor authentication and conditional access policies to ensure that only authorized users can access corporate resources.

3.     Protect corporate data: You can use Intune to protect corporate data by setting up data protection policies and remotely wiping lost or stolen devices.

4.     Distribute and manage apps: You can use Intune to distribute and manage apps for your organization. You can deploy apps to specific groups of users or devices and set up policies to ensure that apps are used only for work-related purposes.

 

The image is taken from the Microsoft Site


 


Intune is typically used by organizations to manage and secure the devices and apps used by their employees, contractors, and partners. It is part of the Microsoft 365 suite of productivity and collaboration tools and can be used in conjunction with other Microsoft products, such as Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

Popular posts from this blog

Creating a List of Installed Applications with PowerShell