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Introducing Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite - Video Demonstration from Atidan
BYOD - Companies have limited choice in what users may choose to be productive on, the Consumer has become King and what devices they LOVE have become the standard and this STANDARD is speeding up, and can get out of control if ‘unmanaged’… O365 is often a gateway for BYOD/Consumerization of IT… “install on up to 5 devices and we don’t care what the OS is…”
Distributed Workforce – In this ever-expanding hub-and-spoke workforce… a common identity with some form of access control is vital.
Speed to the Cloud – This is my favorite and we’re likely at the top of the list of companies putting the pedal to the medal on the transition with Office 365… but we’re not alone. difficult to keep deployed software up-to-date consistently, and consider the myriad of deployment methodologies and management tools across cloud and on-premise. App-deployment and control alone is a staggering challenge.. How often does your phone let you know an App needs to be updated? Who’s keeping a central eye on that for SMB’s without IT?
Security Crisis - David Rosenthal to list examples
These are some of the key PAINs that companies are being forced to navigate… the complexity of BYOD and the Consumerization of IT as it relates to devices, the SPEED with which Cloud solutions are forcing a Hybrid environment which necessitates a uniform identity, and ever-increasing need for Security so that businesses can STAY IN BUSINESS. Our partners have been navigating these waters with a mix of solutions
Hybrid – how Azure AD Premium solves that pain:
allows for self-service password reset
MFA – multi-factor authentication, better security and access
Single sign-on for SaaS apps… like Office 365 - what is another example?
IT Enabling Users with endpoint device management (Intune):
Managing applications across devices from a centralized ‘view’
Broad support on virtually any OS (including IOS)
Protecting Data / Access Control
Documents stored not just in email but also on the corporate SharePoint