- [Sharon] I hope you enjoyed the course…and are considering implementing EMS…into your own environment.…Before you do so, you may need…some additional resources for reference.…These resources can be found…on the Microsoft EMS website,…and you can also reference the individual documentation…for the other services that were referenced in this course.…I would highly recommend a POC or proof of concept…before implementing EMS into a production environment.…Trust me, you'll want to have all of your policies…correctly defined before you go live.…
I would also recommend that you test…with a willing group of users…to ensure that everything is working as expected.…Good luck with your EMS implementation.…
- Configuring Azure Multi-Factor Authentication
- Configuring conditional access
- Managing roles in Privileged Identity Management
- Using Azure Information Protection to protect Word documents
- Tracking and revoking documents
- Configuring mobile apps
- Configuring device compliance policies
- Reviewing device settings in Intune
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows 10: Intune Device Managementwith Ryan Spence1h 39m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Implement Azure Active Directorywith Sharon Bennett1h 21m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure Rights Management: Protecting Datawith Brian Culp1h 16m Intermediate
1. Enterprise Mobility + Security
EMS overview4m 39s
2. Identity and Access Management with Azure Active Directory Premium
3. Information Security and Data Protection Using Azure Information Protection
4. Mobile Device and Application Management with Intune
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