remote work and personal devices have become the norm
securely onboarding remote worker devices and protecting PHI and PII, wherever it lives or travels is a huge challenge
Safeguard sensitive data, lower risk of compliance violations and negative public relations events by enabling
Zero Trust security and device management in Microsoft 365
How are you managing your mobile devices, laptops, and other user endpoints? Do you know if your user’s devices are compliant with your IT policies?
Enable users to be productive, on any device, without compromising IT security
Today’s users are looking for more ways to remain productive while working on any device. 95% of organizations allow personal devices in the workspace. All these devices add additional risks, when you consider that 70 million smartphones are lost every year.
With users asking for more ways to work the way that they want, we help you manage both company-owned and user-chosen devices in the cloud.
Get your finger on the pulse with modern device management
Secure remote work and ensure the safety of PHI on organizational and personal devices
Once we understand your device management goals, we will help you establish a security baseline by determining your organizations secure score, This will help shape your approach modern device management.
Working together, we will build management policies that protect your users, organizational data and devices. This will also allow us to gain insights about your users’ endpoints and their compliance with your IT policies.
With modern device management we can ensure your users have easy access to the apps they need on their devices on demand without any touches from IT.
Provision and reset devices, within your facilities or remotely with Zero Touches from IT, provide a seamless onboarding experience that quickly enables patient care teams.
Modernize your approach to device management with Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Microsoft Endpoint Manager helps deliver the modern workplace and modern management to keep your data secure, in the cloud and on-premises. Endpoint Manager includes the services and tools you use to manage and monitor mobile devices, desktop computers, virtual machines, embedded devices, and servers.
Endpoint Manager combines services you may know and already be using, including Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager, Desktop Analytics, co-management, and Windows Autopilot. These services are part of the Microsoft 365 stack to help secure access, protect data, respond to risk, and manage risk.
Secure remote work and ensure the safety of PHI on organizational and personal devices with Microsoft Endpoint Manager
What you get
Endpoint Manager includes the following services:
Microsoft Intune: Intune is a 100% cloud-based mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) provider for your apps and devices. It lets you control features and settings on Android, Android Enterprise, iOS/iPadOS, macOS, and Windows 10 devices. It integrates with other services, including Azure Active Directory (AD), mobile threat defenders, ADMX templates, Win32 and custom LOB apps, and more.
If you have on-premises infrastructure, such as Exchange or an Active Directory, the Intune connectors are also available:
- The Intune Connector for Active Directory adds entries to your on-premises Active Directory domain for computers that enroll using Windows Autopilot. For more information, see Deploy hybrid Azure AD-joined devices.
- The Intune certificate connector processes certificate requests from devices that use certificates for authentication and S/MIME email encryption. For more information, see Use certificates for authentication.
As part of Endpoint Manager, use Intune to create and check for compliance, and deploy apps, features, and settings to your devices using the cloud.
For more information, see What is Microsoft Intune.
Configuration Manager: Configuration Manager is an on-premises management solution to manage desktops, servers, and laptops that are on your network or internet-based. You can cloud-enable it to integrate with Intune, Azure Active Directory (AD), Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, and other cloud services. Use Configuration Manager to deploy apps, software updates, and operating systems. You can also monitor compliance, query and act on clients in real time, and much more.
As part of Endpoint Manager, continue to use Configuration Manager as you always have. If you’re ready to move some tasks to the cloud, consider co-management.
For more information, see What is Configuration Manager?.
Co-management: Co-management combines your existing on-premises Configuration Manager investment with the cloud using Intune and other Microsoft 365 cloud services. You choose whether Configuration Manager or Intune is the management authority for the seven different workload groups.
As part of Endpoint Manager, co-management uses cloud features, including conditional access. You keep some tasks on-premises, while running other tasks in the cloud with Intune.
For more information, see What is co-management?.
Desktop Analytics: Desktop Analytics is a cloud-based service that integrates with Configuration Manager. It provides insight and intelligence for you to make more informed decisions about the update readiness of your Windows clients. The service combines data from your organization with data aggregated from millions of devices connected to the Microsoft cloud. It provides information on security updates, apps, and devices in your organization, and identifies compatibility issues with apps and drivers. Create a pilot for devices most likely to provide the best insights for assets across your organization.
As part of Endpoint Manager, use the cloud-powered insights of Desktop Analytics to keep Windows 10 devices current.
For more information, see What is Desktop Analytics?.
Windows Autopilot: Windows Autopilot sets up and pre-configures new devices, getting them ready for use. It’s designed to simplify the lifecycle of Windows devices, for both IT and end users, from initial deployment through end of life.
As part of Endpoint Manager, use Autopilot to preconfigure devices, and automatically enroll devices in Intune. You can also integrate Autopilot with Configuration Manager and co-management for more complex device configurations (in preview).
Azure Active Directory (AD): Azure AD is used by Endpoint Manager for identity of devices, users, groups, and multi-factor authentication (MFA). Azure AD Premium, which may be an additional cost, has additional features to help protect devices, apps, and data, including dynamic groups, auto-enrollment, and conditional access.
Endpoint Manager admin center: The admin center is a one-stop web site to create policies and manage your devices. It plugs-in other key device management services, including groups, security, conditional access, and reporting. This admin center also shows devices managed by Configuration Manager and Intune (in preview).