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2018-02-21T12:50:00Z

What is your primary use case for Microsoft Intune?

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Top 20Real User

I am an IT support engineer. I take care of all IT projects in my organization. I have implemented Intune and onboarded thousands of devices over Intune. I'm not an end-user. I am supporting our employees with IT policies.

2021-09-06T13:38:36Z
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Top 20Real User

Generally, we use it with banking, finance, or government entities, usually medium to large customers. We also have smaller customers who are dealing with sensitive private data and therefore are interested in running Intune on top of their Office 365 licensing.

2021-08-27T04:45:00Z
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Top 20Reseller

We use Microsoft Intune to manage mobile devices or tablets, or Windows devices from anywhere. Intune is the best solution through which we can completely manage mobile devices and Windows devices. There are two options for that. We can manage or directly control the whole mobile device and provide security at the application level—for example, MDM and MAM.

2021-08-26T13:17:53Z
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Top 5Real User

We use this solution for mobile device management.

2021-07-20T17:40:22Z
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Top 10Real User

We use it for proposing solutions to customers and for co-management of the end-user devices, as well as for unified endpoint management. We also use it for mobile device management.

2021-06-03T16:52:29Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

It is used for mobile device management. We use it for mobile phones and even PCs. We have its latest version.

2021-05-19T16:45:33Z
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Top 5Real User

We use the solution for the deployment of the Windows 10 laptops and devices, and mobile device management of Android and iOS devices.

2021-05-17T10:56:32Z
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Top 5Real User

We primarily implement the solution for our customers. It's mainly used by our clients for device management.

2021-04-22T09:24:39Z
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Top 5Real User

We are partners with Microsoft Intune as well as customers.

2021-02-08T22:11:49Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

I work for Mastersystem Infotama who is a Microsoft partner. I am an engineer, and I deploy Microsoft Intune in several companies. Our customers use Intune for their mobile device management. We also use Intune to protect devices accessing the application's corporate data. First, you must be compliant with the same criteria. If users connect with the corporate IP address, they only connect with username and password. But if they connect from a coffee shop IP address or IP addresses that aren't corporate, they will have to engage in multi-factor authentication.

2021-01-26T15:40:16Z
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Top 10Real User

I use Microsoft Intune to manage iPhone devices that we currently deploy to the end-users, and I manage all that. Right now, we're running close to about 60 devices. But eventually, what we want to do is go ahead and enroll the Windows platform on that as well because there's only one license per user that can deploy up to five devices. That is going to be my next migration roadmap. We're going to be managing laptops through it as well. So it would be Windows 10 platform along with the iPhones.

2021-01-05T19:46:01Z
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Top 20Vendor

The use case for this solution varies depending on the user's requirement. Some are only interested in MDM, while others are interested in managing Windows plus Mac. It really depends. We are partners and provide on-prem, cloud and hybrid services to our customers. I'm tech lead infrastructure operations.

2020-12-14T18:38:36Z
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Top 5LeaderboardMSP

We use Microsoft Intune for application deployment and for some of their security policies and end-devices policies. We also use it for patching. Patches for Windows 10 devices and MacOs, we're still figuring out what to do because we don't have many options on Intune for Mac operating systems. Patching and looking for OS deployment as well. Operating system deployment. Within our organization, there are roughly 150 users, using this solution. We use Microsoft Intune on a daily basis. What Microsoft does, is it releases patches every month. The device hash reports to Microsoft Azure Intune. If you want it to receive patches or policies, which you have created on Intune and you have deployed, then the device will receive the policies and patches only if it's online and connected to the internet. Whenever the device is online and connected to the internet, it's connected to Intune. You don't have to worry about having an additional agent or anything on your devices.

2020-12-14T12:01:29Z
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Top 20Consultant

We are a consulting agency and we help people make technology and business decisions. Our environment is fully online and we're a Microsoft 365 shop. We are using Intune for security. It is their MDM for mobile devices, but it is also their application ADM and it works on desktops as well. We primarily use it to maintain compliance for our customers. They require that we use it to enforce compliance with the same level that they do internally, so we're following the compliance guidelines of several Fortune 100 companies. Intune is what we use to meet those requirements.

2020-11-17T18:58:22Z
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Top 10Real User

I'm a senior information security analyst and a customer of Intune.

2020-11-16T21:48:47Z
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Top 20Consultant

Typically, for customers that tend to come from a transportation logistics background, it's essentially free or the TCO is literally non-existent. It's a good fit for our resume offerings. Anywhere between 50 to 200 users is a typical use case that we see, where they're leveraging the product for low subscription costs.

2020-11-09T20:09:13Z
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Top 10Real User

I am using Intune to manage both mobile devices and PC devices. I deploy applications and manage the security landscape.

2020-10-14T06:36:54Z
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Top 20Real User

We are using this product for enterprise development within our organization. The primary use is for building Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) capabilities.

2020-10-11T08:58:24Z
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Top 20Real User

We are VMware and Microsoft partners, so we offer services around their products. We are using Intune internally but we are leveraging it for our customers as well. That is a different story. One part of Intune is within our company, but we are also providing services around Intune and Workspace One for our customers. For us, Intune is on the public cloud. For our clients, it depends on the requirements and it varies from customer to customer. Some clients' requirements are deployed in private cloud mode or the hybrid setup. It depends. Requirements differ from industry to industry. If a company is BFSI (Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance), then they will be looking for a private cloud solution. If it is something which is not BFSI or maybe some industrial interest, they might go with the public cloud. In the end, most of our instances are in the public cloud unless there is some compliance requirement. Otherwise, the accounts are mostly in the public cloud to conform to regulations. Intune is used essentially to facilitate the ability of enterprise organizations to manage their endpoints. It is for end-user computing or UEM (Unified Endpoint Management) solutions.

2020-09-27T04:10:04Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We are using Microsoft Intune to control, manage, and to protect the data on mobile devices.

2020-09-23T06:09:59Z
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Top 10Real User

We primarily use the solution for remote workforce systems that are not connected to the VPN, to flexibility deploy software, and operate system upgrades and policies, as well as pushing scripts to the devices. Pretty much just about anything that we can do in Intune, we're going to be doing. If we're not doing it already, we will be doing it.

2020-09-17T08:06:00Z
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Top 20Real User

Intune is a cloud-based solution for MDM and endpoint management.

2020-08-20T07:50:18Z
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Top 10Real User

Primarily we are rolling the product out because we want to be able to have remote access and control over our desktops and laptops from external locations.

2020-08-02T08:16:48Z
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Real User

Our primary use case for this solution is to implement conditional access policies to restrict mobile users from accessing emails until their devices comply.

2018-11-25T07:41:00Z
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Real User

My primary use case for this solution is for MDM. We use it to manage our devices and phones. We want to make sure that data is not stolen from the devices of our staff. Staff members often bring their own devices to work, and we need to manage that.

2018-10-21T07:40:00Z
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Real User

We have several different use cases. We have a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy for corporate owned devices, and managing those devices is our responsibility.

2018-10-21T07:40:00Z
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Consultant

Our primary use case is using Microsoft Intune MAM, which is the mobile application management. We are using basically it for application management type needs.

2018-09-25T09:23:00Z
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Reseller

We use this primarily for security on our devices. We use this product because it came with the bundle from Microsoft.

2018-09-25T09:23:00Z
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Reseller

The primary use case is managing mobile devices and applications. It really answers the question of managing BYOD end-point devices.

2018-08-22T06:41:00Z
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Consultant

We use it for the inventory of phones and deployment of Office 365. It is used for conditional access.

2018-06-19T08:17:00Z
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User

We use it for the following: * MDM * EMM * Cloud app protection.

2018-02-21T12:50:00Z
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