Learn what Windows Intune can do for your organization
- Integrated device security and compliance management
- Centralized management in the cloud or on-premises with System Center Configuration Manager
- Active Directory integration lets you take advantage of existing user accounts and security groups
Reduce infrastructure complexity
With the consumerization of IT (CoIT), employees are turning to personally-owned mobile devices and PCs to do their work. You want to help keep these devices secure and compliant. With Windows Intune, you can manage PCs and multiple types of mobile devices in one unified solution, either through the cloud or by extending your existing on-premises infrastructure.
Improve IT efficiency by combining management and security for PCs and mobile devices in a unified infrastructure. Windows Intune is an enterprise-ready solution that connects with System Center Configuration Manager to help you manage mobile devices, PCs, and virtual computers in one place.
Administrators can identify and manage all endpoint devices, including Windows Pro and Enterprise PCs, Windows RT tablets, smartphones, iPads, iPhones, and embedded devices through a single interface.
Windows Intune integrates with Active Directory Domain Services so that you can align with existing user accounts and security groups. You can also centralize management of updates, software, and policies for user devices.
Windows Intune enables administrators to take a people-centric approach to application delivery. You can set a single policy that will deliver an application to a user in the most appropriate manner for the device they are using – either directly installed on the device or virtualized.
- Affordable, cloud-based device management
- Windows 8, Windows RT, iOS, and Android support
- Automatic, direct discovery of many mobile devices
With Windows Intune, you can give employees access to the resources they need on the devices they want without adding complexity or compromising security. Use a single console to remotely manage and help secure devices, including PCs, Windows Phone 8, and Windows RT tablets. You can also support both iOS and Android platforms. For even more extensibility, integrate the Windows Intune service with existing on-premises infrastructures, including Active Directory, System Center Configuration Manager, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.
New deployment and management options work with your devices, not around them. Discover and manage Windows RT, Windows Phone 8, iPads and iPhones by directly connecting Windows Intune with built-in agents and services. Or link Windows Intune with Exchange ActiveSync to add support for other platforms that have EAS clients, including Windows Phone 7 and Android devices. You can also have users add their own devices to be managed without contacting IT.
Windows Intune provides a central location for quickly assessing the health of all managed devices in the organization. View a summary of the top active alerts or drill down for more information on a specific device, system specifications, alert details, and security policy settings.
Choose the software distribution method that works best for your employees so they get a personalized self-service portal or app that gives them the ability to see and install IT-approved applications. Users get the choice of what to install on the device they choose, and you get a private method for deploying applications to the end user via the Internet.
Remotely perform tasks from the Windows Intune administration console, including scans, malware definition updates, and system restarts. Gather inventory data on your managed software and hardware through the management console. In addition, help protect business information on mobile devices with security policy settings and remote-wipe features.
- Simplified software and patch distribution
- Comprehensive policy management
- Endpoint Protection for PCs
Improve oversight and monitor compliance
Choose the update methods, including software patch management, that work best for your organization. Easily monitor active alerts, status, and software updates from your management console and automatically receive alert notifications through email.
Integrate Windows Intune with Active Directory so that user accounts and security groups are synchronized in the cloud. Or take it a step further and connect with System Center Configuration Manager to unify management for PCs, mobile devices, servers, and virtual machines.
Set, manage, and apply security policies to multiple user groups based on Active Directory security groups or dedicated custom management groups. Use these policies to help maintain device compliance and security throughout the organization.
Use the included Endpoint Protection to help protect PCs from malicious threats and software. Monitor threats centrally and set alert notifications to help keep you updated on malware detections.
Use System Center Configuration Manager and Windows Intune together to integrate mobile device management into your existing enterprise management solution.
Assess the compliance of users and client devices with a number of configurations through compliance settings and reports. Additionally, utilize existing security roles to simplify management and delegate device administration.
- Self-service portal for selecting and installing company apps
- Personalized application delivery
- Support for multiple platforms and devices
Say “Yes” to BYOD
Your workers reach for the technology that makes it easiest to get the job done, whether it’s a company-owned PC or their own smartphone. While you want to give employees more freedom, you also need to manage any device that has access to the corporate network. You can do both with Windows Intune. Now you can support Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives and a wide range of platforms including Windows RT, Windows 8, iOS, and Android.