Microsoft Intune Valuable Features

Reviewer8418
Sr. Microsoft Solution Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has many features, but the most prominent is that other mobile device solutions support more polices. Much more diversion is needed in implementing the policies in different kinds of devices. As I have worked, it has not supported too many policies for android devices. Every 3rd or 4th policy that was supported is for Samsung knox devices. So, most people prefer to use Intune if they want to implement conditional access policies to restrict customer exchange online or exchange user formats emails until their devices comply. You can publish Apps on the devices and take inventory of the devices, but it's all about the companies who were interested due to implementing conditional access policies to restrict users. They want to restrict the users in order to access emails until their device is secure and then comply with the security policies of the organization. View full review »
Cl329SpC1
Cloud Solution Specialist at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
When a customer asks me about the most valuable features, one is that Intune itself integrates with that entire Microsoft ecosystem. As an individual product, it's okay. It holds up. But when you start saying "I've bought this as part of a wider solution, as a company we are going Microsoft throughout," then it makes more sense to have Microsoft Intune, because it plugs into Azure AD Premium, it plugs into Information Rights Management, it plugs into Windows Defender, so you have that single dashboard. It also has an integration with System Center which means again, from a single pane of glass, I can manage everything. I believe they've just released a Mac OS support so that's great. And it has its own sandboxing. View full review »
Prt329Hd
Practice Head - Enterprise Mobility, Technology Shared Services at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
One of the most valuable features is the overall UI. It's really easy to access, so user interface is very good. Secondly, the enrollment is a nice feature. It is easy to move into the Intune company portal with minimal steps to do so. In addition, the storage solutions are a nice feature that can be used together with other Microsoft products such as OneDrive and SharePoint. A nice sidebar feature of this is that you can actually restrict the people to mark or store data inside a device and you can bound them to store it in only a white drive and then you can an create an overall encryption around that. For other companies you need to use a container, but not with Microsoft. View full review »
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Keith Williams
Infrastructure Architect at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The ability to (somewhat) manage full Windows 10 computers including EXE-based or MSI-based application deployments using Azure Active Directory as Identity. And NOW (last quarter 2017), the ability to co-manage computers with BOTH InTune and System Centre Configuration Manager allows complex application delivery and ConfigMgr reporting etc to add more value. View full review »
Mohamed-Khaled
Senior IT Field Support Specialist at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
The aspects I find most valuable are the managing the data and applications. I can also restrict the users to install any applications. I can also wipe the data if the phone was misplaced or stolen. These are the basics for me. View full review »
Reviewer307
Senior Technical Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a very helpful and easy solution. When deploying different configuration policies and compliance policies it is helpful. In addition, deployment of applications on devices is a valuable feature. View full review »
Arun Nadiga
User at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The security features are valuable to us. We have a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy at our organization. Many employees need help managing these devices. Microsoft Intune helps us manage MDM (Mobile Device Management). We find it provides MAM (Mobile Application Management) to a lesser degree. View full review »
reviewer800550
IT Manager, Applications at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Conditional access has helped 3M tailor and enforce our security policies in the mobile space. View full review »
Marco Bruurs
System Consultant with 51-200 employees
Cloud administration is the most valuable option. No need to install any Management applications. View full review »
Jorge Barturen
Systems Consultant with 11-50 employees
Conditional access: This feature helps me control uncontrolled access. View full review »
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