Microsoft Intune is a tool that allows mobile device management, mobile application management, and PC management capabilities from the cloud. Microsoft’s monthly update of the service may soon provide some new goodies for Windows 10 users.
Microsoft’s next update of the service which should be rolling out until November 6 will provide Enterprise Data Protection, a feature not yet available for Windows 10 users. This feature will make it simpler and more secure having both your personal and corporate information on your device. According to the Microsoft Intune Team:
You can now create and deploy configuration policies for Windows 10 enterprise data protection (EDP) settings, such as the list of apps that should be protected by EDP, enterprise network locations, protection level, and encryption using the new Windows 10 Enterprise data protection template.
The new update should also include the ability to deploy and install Universal Windows apps on Windows 10 devices, while the updated Intune Company Portal app for iOS should add a “Send Diagnostics Report” button to submit feedback and diagnostic information to IT or service teams for support.
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