Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Microsoft Intune.
What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?
Most of the customers expect that most of the policies will be there for Android, to implement the policies. Unfortunately, most of the policies that I found are for Samsung knox devices, that is specific to a device or specific to a vendor. That's why most of the customers have a hard time with Intunes, because most of the policies they see is for Samsung knox. They want Intunes to support Android devices. If it is supported by other Android devices, then it's very complicated because if you want it implemented, you have to use some custom equipment. There are a very limited number of policies that are applied, and all generate other devices like Samsung knox devices. Most of the customers in the business do not use Intune because it doesn't support that much policy for Android. Here in Pakistan, most of the end users are using Android devices. Windows is out of the question. They don't use Microsoft mobile phones. Most of the popular devices are iOS, and the ultimate users are Androids. I think 80% of the users are using Android devices here and less than 20% are using iOS devices. So, the customer is expecting to apply policy on Android devices and it's not generated specific to a vendor like Samsung knox, so they don't buy it, and they don't consider it.
I think that there is room for improvement with the reporting. If this is done, it will be a better product.
I would like to be able to track the phone. I am not sure this is a feature that is readily available.
The MAM feature could be improved. In addition, the security of photo sharing could be improved.
I think that in the future Microsoft Intune should have an EMS (Enterprise Mobile Security) feature added.
I would like to see micro VPN. I like the way that some of the other providers have done something similar where, as you open that app on an end-point device, it creates a micro VPN straight into your device, which is quite a nice little feature. Also, Microsoft Intune relies heavily on its fellow products in the suite. It would be nice if Microsoft Intune could stand on its own two feet.
It needs incorporation of Knox, ZeroTouch, etc.
It needs certificate provisioning for S/MIME purposes.