Windows Intune is a cloud service from Microsoft that allows Enterprise to manage the devices of their employees with ease. Microsoft is updating Intune updated on a regular basis, roughly every quarter. The previously announced Windows Intune features are now rolling out. It includes support for Windows Phone 8.1 and Samsung KNOX Standard (formerly Samsung SAFE) support. At TechEd conference held yesterday, Microsoft revealed the upcoming features for Windows Intune in Q4 of CY2014. Here are some of the new features that will be part of managed productivity environment: Conditional Access Policy When a user enrolls their device into Windows Intune, an organization’s certificates, Wi-Fi, VPN, and email profiles can automatically be configured on the device.   This will enable users to quickly access internal corporate resources with the appropriate security configurations set, without having to call the help desk. Managed Office Mobile Apps With Office and Outlook Web App (OWA) ...

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Microsoft first announced Windows Intune last July, its cloud based PC management solution. The Windows Intune cloud service helps you centrally manage and secure your PCs thru a simple web-based console through browser. Today Microsoft announced that Windows Intune will be available for purchase or a free 30–day trial in more than 35 countries. Microsoft touts the following key areas where Intune will help the administrators, 1)Help manage and secure PCs anywhere with cloud services. 2)Provide the best Windows experience with Windows 7. 3)Fits your business with simple setup, maintenance, and billing.   For more details visit www.windowsintune.com ...

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