This morning Microsoft announced the February update for Microsoft Intune. The following new features are currently rolled out throughout the datacenters in the different continents. The service will be updated between February 6 and February 11. Further Microsoft plans to add new features to Microsoft Intune on a monthly basis, so lot’s of more features […]READ MORE
Windows 10 management via Intune hybrid with ConfigMgr 2012 R2
Since I have installed my Windows 10 Enterprise Technical Preview on my laptop I wanted to know if I was able to manage the device (which is domain joined) by enrolling it via Microsoft Intune that is connected with Configuration Manager 2012 R2. Just a quick blog about how the enrolling experience looks within Windows […]READ MORE
Microsoft Intune App-layer – Manage your own App Webcast
In the last three blogs we talked about Microsoft Intune Application Layer protection, in the first blog of this series we looked at what the features of Microsoft Intune App-Layer protection are, in the second blog we wrapped a custom application with the Microsoft Intune Application Wrapper and in the last blog we looked at […]READ MORE
Microsoft Intune App-layer – Manage your own App
In the first blog of this series we looked at what the features of Microsoft Intune App-Layer protection are, in the second blog we wrapped a custom application with the Microsoft Intune Application Wrapper. So now that we have a custom application and an application enabled for management via Microsoft Intune that we are able […]READ MORE
Microsoft Intune App-layer – Microsoft Intune App Wrapping Tool
In the first blog about the Microsoft Intune App-layer protection, one of the supported features is that you are able to wrap your own applications with the Microsoft Intune App Wrapping Tool for iOS so that you are able to manage those applications with the Mobile Application Management policies. In this second blog in the […]READ MORE
Four Deep Enterprise Mobility Labs Virtual Labs released
The year 2015 starts well! Yesterday Simon May released four Enterprise Mobility virtual labs on TechNet. Those four virtual labs allows you to get experience with the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. Those four labs are: Azure Active Directory Fundamentals On-Prem and Cloud App and data protection with Azure RMS Device Management with Microsoft Intune Device […]READ MORE
What is Microsoft Intune App-layer protection?
One of the many many new features of Microsoft Intune releases the last couple of months is the Intune App-Layer protection. In short, with Intune App-layer protection you are able to protect your corporate data with managed apps, in other words Mobile Application Management support is added to Microsoft Intune. But how do we manage […]READ MORE
Microsoft Intune updated to latest December release
This week Microsoft Intune has been updated to the new release with the version 5.0.45.04.0. A quick look at the console shows us that we are now able to configure not only Exchange Online and On-premises policies but also SharePoint Online policies.READ MORE
New features in Microsoft Intune are on it’s way
Brad Anderson announced yesterday via his In the Cloud blog that Microsoft Intune is currently updated with some nice new features which makes Microsoft Intune a complete Mobile Device Management and Mobile Application Management platform.READ MORE
What is the difference between MFA via Microsoft Intune and via Office 365?
Earlier this week I described how to enable Multi Factor Authentication for Microsoft Intune via Office 365. In a (Twitter) conversation with EMS Technical Evangelist Simon May I learned that there are some differences between the MFA implementation for Microsoft Intune and Office 365. Let’s have a look at what the differences are.READ MORE
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About Peter Daalmans
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security