Co-management is the deep integration between ConfigMgr and Intune that enables you to easily begin begin moving traditional, domain-joined and ConfigMgr-managed solutions to a deployment of Azure Active Directory and Intune with #Just4Clicks. An organization can move any workload, at any speed, at any time – based entirely on that organization’s unique needs.
Here are a few of the features I’m talking about that you instantly have once you turn on Co-Management:
- Compliance policies and Conditional Access. This is a BIG one (I’m sure you’ve heard about it) and it’s available for use right now.Conditional access enables you to ensure any device requesting access to corporate data is compliant with your policies and can therefore be trusted in your network.
- Intune is the only EMM solution that can set the conditional access policies for Office 365 across Windows, iOS, Android, and Mac. A wide variety of real-time actions, like remote factory reset or wipe for a stolen device. I’m talking about taking instant actions on devices no matter where they are – whether they’re behind the firewall or on the internet.
- Lower your provisioning costs with Windows AutoPilot to provision new Windows 10 devices from the cloud.
- With the release of 1802, you can also begin using Endpoint Manager with Intune.
Endpoint Manager is Microsoft’s powerful anti-virus protection and it is now the most commonly used anti-virus solution on Windows 10 devices around the globe. To learn more, check out this blog post from last week.
- If you have a lot of remote users, Co-Management allows you to modernize your Windows updates by managing updates from the cloud.
This is ideal for managing users that are always in motion, and it also reduces your on-prem infrastructure costs.
- You can remote control PCs no matter where they are with Intune’s TeamViewer integration.
by : Brad Anderson