Enabling Enterprise Mobility with Windows Intune, Microsoft Azure, and Windows Server

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People want to choose their own devices and be productive in a way that best suits them. IT is responsible for managing corporate assets and resources. Once users are working on mobile devices across the various platforms of Windows, iOS, and Android (i.e., BYOD not joined to a domain) IT needs a way to manage all personal and corporate devices, enforce corporate data protection and have a way to securely publish access to these resources with strong authentication, such as conditional claims-based access and multi-factor authentication. Microsoft provides a unified management environment for all these platforms, a rich desktop virtualization experience for Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, information protection, and a hybrid identity for users across existing on-premises investments and connected to new cloud services in Microsoft Azure Active Directory. We call this approach People-centric IT (PCIT). In this session, we cover the scenarios we deliver in PCIT through Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, Windows Intune, Windows Server, and Azure Active Directory, and showcase with demos how they come together in real-world implementations so customers can have productive users working on the device and platform of their choice.



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    Dude, got full fast.  bummer.  must watch laterrrr.

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    J R

    Would be very helpful if the slides were kept up longer on the recorded presentations. Breaking away to show the speaker makes it harder to follow and there is little value (for me) in staring at the presenter during a recording.

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    Good overview on People centric IT and Enterprise Mobility Suite aligning to BYOD.

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