A lot of things came out of the last Microsoft Ignite 2022 sessions regarding Microsoft Intune, Microsoft Endpoint Management, Windows 365, Windows, and so much more.
First, I should note the name changes: Microsoft Intune is now a family of its own!
Today, we’re announcing that Microsoft Intune will be the name of the growing product family for all things endpoint management at Microsoft.Introducing the Microsoft Intune product family
Microsoft Intune will be the name of product family for endpoint management. It is a suite of endpoint management solutions in the cloud wich includes Microsoft configuration manager and using co-management capabilities, it will migrate workload to the cloud. Microsoft will use Microsoft Intune for cloud management and Microsoft configuration manager for on-premises management. Microsoft Intune is cloud-based endpoint management and managing Windows, Android, iOS & Linux operating systems.
Microsoft will also release the new advanced endpoint management plan in March 2023, and it contains Remote Help (currently generally available), Microsoft Tunnel for Mobile Application Management (expected to be generally available January 2023), Endpoint Privilege Management (public preview expected early 2023), as well as advanced endpoint analytics, app patching and packaging, and more…
A list of the Microsoft Ignite 2022 sessions can be found on this Microsoft Community Hub blog post: Your guide to endpoint management at Microsoft Ignite 2022 –
After the Ignite conference a more in-depth conference was help and the list of sessions can be found here: Join the Microsoft Technical Takeoff – October 24-27, 2022
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