Simplify Mobile Security

Do your people want to work on their own devices?

Do you need fine control over who can see your business data?

Your BYOD policy in harmony with your data security.

Control the conditions in which your business data is accessible.

What is Mobile device

management?

Mobile device management (MDM) is a term used to manage mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets from a central location. MDM is commonly used by businesses with many staff using company or even personal mobiles and need tasks such as security patches to be rolled out automatically.

MDM also allows companies to control their employees' devices by regulating access to company data and applications and setting security policies. It also allows businesses to remotely locate, lock or wipe a device if lost or stolen.
Businesses need Mobile device management if they need to maintain compliance and consistency, ensure all data on these devices is protected and comply with legal requirements.

Achieve control through MDM by linking company-owned, personal and BYOD devices together so IT administrators can manage the network accessed from a central system.

Maas 360 & Microsoft Intune are a cloud-based services that manage mobile devices and mobile applications. They allow you to control how your company's devices are used, including tablets, laptops, and smartphones. It works in tandem with Microsoft Endpoint Manager and can connect to Azure Active Directory and Azure Information Protection

MDM Key Features

Some of the key features of MDM allow users managers to select precisely which devices their employees may use to access company information and hide personal data from corporate data. Additionally, you can prevent emails from being sent to non-essential addresses (those who aren't inside your company). Employees, therefore, may install Microsoft Office 365 apps on company devices with ease.

Manage company and BOYD devices with MDM

Whether you use corporate devices or have a BYOD policy, MDM can help you enrol and manage all staff devices. You may modify the settings in Intune to give comprehensive control over all settings, functions, and security based on how your company distributes devices.
Additionally, set default permissions for the most sensitive applications and services. Configure devices to meet security standards. Examine reports on users and devices that are not compliant and records of organisations that have data removed due to device theft, loss, or non-use.

Conditional access protects the access with a password. Determine comprehensive policies that only allow the appropriate people with the proper credentials to access your company data. It is kept secure by restricting how they use it within Office and other mobile apps. Enforce the restrictions based on criteria you set, such as user, location, device status, app sensitivity, and real-time risk.

Protect your organisation's app data

The goal of Microsoft Intune is to keep corporate data secure at the app level through app protection policies. These app regulations, among other things: - Secure access to personal devices by restricting certain activities - Use Azure AD identity to separate business data from personal data - Can be created and deployed on Android phones enrolled in Intune.

Increase Security and Compliance with MDM

The capabilities of MDM allow it to communicate with Azure Active Directory and enable several access control options. Before your company may utilize network resources, your company's mobile devices must satisfy the requirements established in Intune. Within the Intune console, you can regulate specific services for a particular group of users and devices depending on your organization's security policies.

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Frequently
Asked Questions

What is the difference between Microsoft Intune and Mobile device Management?

Microsoft Mobile Device Manager provides basic mobile device management functionality, such as contents provisioning or remote lock and restore. Intune mobile device management is a cloud-based service that integrates Microsoft's complete enterprise mobility suite with other company apps. For example, it manages the Windows Phone operating system, Exchange Server for email and calendar, ServiceNow for human resources tasks.

What is the difference between Azure and Intune?

Intune is a mobile device management solution that integrates with Azure. Azure is Microsoft's public cloud. Intune is used to manage mobile devices, applications, and data. Azure Active Directory is a cloud-based identity and access management solution. Intune can use Azure AD to manage users and devices. You can think of the difference like this: Azure is Intune's underlying technology that allows it to function. At the same time, Azure AD is the identity and access management solution that Intune uses to manage users and devices. Microsoft Intune is like an add on for organisations that use Azure when they need fine control of their data and who has access to it.

Can I use Intune without Azure?

No, you cannot use Intune without Azure. Intune needs Azure to function. Intune manages features based on Azure that are not controllable in other third-party applications.

What is the purpose of Microsoft Intune?

Microsoft Intune is used as a Microsoft endpoint manager for mobile device management and mobile application management. It integrates with Azure Active Directory, which provides identity and access management, and can help manage devices, applications, and data. Microsoft Intune helps organisations enforce security policies on mobile devices to protect their app data.

Can I use mobile application management to manage desktop computers?

No, Intune only manages mobile devices. You can use Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager to manage desktop computers and mobile devices.

How is Intune different from other management solutions for mobile devices?

Intune is unique because it integrates with Azure Active Directory cloud-based service. It also provides several features for managing mobile devices, including:
- Application management
- Conditional access
- Information protection
- Device management
- Configuration management
- Security management
- Software updates
- Endpoint protection

How does Microsoft Intune integrate with other Microsoft services?

Intune integrates with other Microsoft services. The Software is compatible with Azure Active Directory for access control and integrates with Microsoft Office products. It allows you to remotely download apps like Outlook and Word on mobile devices and for specific users. You can configure the functionality and configuration on a device or user. Intune is also closely integrated with the other services in the enterprise-oriented mobility + security (EMS) suites.

How does Microsoft Intune work as a mobile device management tool?

Microsoft Intune allows users to control their mobile devices anywhere via the cloud. Businesses need to have an efficient, mobile workforce to ensure data security and reduce the risk for data leakages. Intune gives you the flexibility to work on any device from your mobile phone. Intune offers the best cloud-based solutions for organisations and mobile phones. This control is essential to businesses that adopt the Bring Your Own Devices policy.