Cyber Security Solutions / Microsoft InTune and Autopilot
Update and protect your devices, and save yourself hours of time whilst you do it.
There are few businesses these days that have entirely office-based workers. Some businesses have moved to 100% remote, others a hybrid-working format and for lots of businesses, they’ve always had employees who frequently travel and spend much of their time away from the office on the road. But where does that leave the security of their systems and devices?
If you’re employees aren’t all in one place, it can be a challenge to ensure that their systems and data are properly protected with the latest updates and any application fixes and patches. That’s where Microsoft InTune bridges the gap. Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based endpoint management solution. It manages user access and simplifies app and device management across your many devices, including mobile devices, desktop computers and virtual endpoints.
Then couple that with Autopilot, and you can simplify the whole Windows device lifecycle, for both IT and end users, from initial deployment to end of life. Using cloud-based services, Windows Autopilot reduces the time IT spends on deploying, managing and retiring devices, reduces the infrastructure required to maintain the devices and it maximises ease of use for all types of end users.
Traditionally, IT professionals spend significant time building and customising images that will later be deployed to devices. Windows Autopilot introduces a new approach. From the user’s perspective, it only takes a few simple steps to make their device ready to use. From your IT team or partners’ perspective, the only interaction required from the end user is to connect to a network and to verify their credentials. Everything beyond that is automated.