Microsoft EMS Components: Microsoft Intune

Microsoft Intune (Image Credit: Microsoft)
Microsoft Intune (Image Credit: Microsoft)

This article is the third in the series “What is Microsoft Mobility Suite?” All enterprises should take advantage of mobility. But what does this mean? How can a company take control of the myriad of devices that are available out there? Even if there were just a few company sanctioned devices and the company were to continually evaluate what the next device should be for deployment, there would always be an exception here and there. There will always be executives that want “their” device to be allowed and not necessarily the one that is company provided. So, what should you do?

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About Diego Samuilov

Editor in Chief/Founder Diego Samuilov is an executive, consultant, IT strategist and book, e-book and web published author. Diego has worked in Microsoft’s environments since 1990. Since then, he has successfully filled many positions related to the Software Development lifecycle. Having worked as a developer, analyst, technical lead, project lead, auditor and, since 1996 a project manager, manager, director and VP in the Software Development, Server, Desktop and Mobile environments. Diego is very passionate about the software development process, which has played a great part in his skills development. Since the introduction of the first ever PDA (the Apple Newton MessagePad) in 1994 and Windows CE in 1998 he has pioneered and pushed the envelope in the field of mobile software development. He has developed many solutions used in mobile markets, desktop and server environments. He participates in public and private developer community events. He actively collaborates with the community at support forums and blogs. Diego is the author of "Windows Phone for Everyone" available [HERE].