Co-management lets you attach your existing Configuration Manager deployment to the Microsoft 365 cloud and to concurrently manage Windows devices with Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.
Modernize your identity and device management by leveraging the Microsoft 365 E3 or E5 suite of technologies.
Our CloudServus consultants are highly-trained to help you maximize the EMS and E5 suites of technologies. Whether through Intune, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), co-management, Azure AD, or Windows Autopilot, we’re highly skilled in implementing this ever-improving toolset from Microsoft.
CloudServus’ expert team can help you determine the most appropriate endpoint management system for your organization’s needs.
When it comes to choosing an endpoint management system, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is how you’ll manage your devices.
Let CloudServus help you to understand whether to manage devices through your current on-premise directory or to Cloud Connect to them through Azure Active Directory.
Intune makes it easy to push out software according to a set policy.
Not only does Microsoft Intune allow you to set system-wide policies regarding user privileges, you can also use it to enforce encryption, configure endpoints, and inventory systems, whether you’re running Windows, Mac, iOS or Android devices.
Want to really simplify the process of endpoint privilege management? Consider Windows Autopilot, which allows you to roll Microsoft Intune into systems coming straight from manufacturers like Dell and HP.
Then, when users log in for the first time, their systems will be set up to register with Azure AD and join Intune/SCCM to push all of the company’s applications and policies down to the device. It’s a real time-saver compared to purchasing devices, configuring them internally, and then sending them out to users.
Rapid transitions to increased remote work mean that many organizations had to quickly equip their employees to work from home. And although productivity may have been maintained, endpoint management systems often suffered.
The rush to remote work meant that you may have missed the opportunity to lock down devices or implement policies that prevent data theft in the event a device is lost or hacked. If so, it’s time now to revisit your endpoint management system.