Which would you choose?
Microsoft Intune offers not only an easy-to-deploy data protection and productivity management solution, but also access to both Microsoft’s user community as well as around-the-clock customer support. Installation of this product is rather straightforward. Microsoft Intune relies on the cloud to operate. All that you truly need in order to begin to use it is a connection to the internet. It is so simple that a single person could install it on their own. Once one has acquired the correct licenses, it only takes about forty minutes for the entire configuration process to be completed. This configuration is only really necessary if you want to integrate your Microsoft solution with the solutions that you host in-house.
It is possible for Intune users to have access to an engineer at any time of day. No matter when issues arise, you can be sure to have access assistance. This can take one of two forms. The first possibility is that a user can connect to a member of Microsoft's technical support team. Alternatively, you can turn to the community of Microsoft users. Other users of Intune may even be able to offer better troubleshooting advice than the engineers.
Intune is easy to manipulate and very easy to scale up. This solution has a single user interface screen from which the system management can be overseen. It is not necessary to jump to multiple screens to exercise control of the system. This provides a simpler way to conduct business. Furthermore, Intune can be used by as many as five devices on a single license. Cost is the only thing that could prove a challenge to scaling Intune up.
Google Cloud Identity allows users to control the whole solution from a single portal. This makes things very easy for organizations that have vast networks. It is also easy to deploy. However, the user interface could be simplified. Google Cloud Identity’s ability to integrate with programs like Mac’s OS could also be improved.
Both programs offer solutions that are easy to set up and use. However, Microsoft Intune’s pricing and features make it a more competitive product.
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