Determine the roll mobile device management (MDM) should have in your organization. Understand what MDM can enable you to get done. Ryan explores how you can leverage the power of enterprise mobility management (EMM) tools. Develop a plan so your EMM platform can become the most valuable piece in your programs support structure.
- [Instructor] Other than understanding the jobs that are being accomplished by my organizations devices I must design the mobile program around all of the moving parts necessary to provide those jobs without interruption while also protecting the company's valuable assets and data. There are seven big points to consider. First, I need to define what devices will be allowed in my organization. Will I have corporate owned or user owned devices? Can I support Windows, Android, and iOS? How will the devices become managed? Second, I'll choose how users are enrolled in the program.
Will my users be basic or directory users? What about mobility support users? What kind of groupings do I need? Third, I want to determine what applications are needed. Will I deploy public or private applications? How will I manage application updates or new applications? Fourth, I'll have to determine how my mobility platform will integrate with the organizations infrastructure. Will I build a platform that integrates with directory services? Will I need to integrate proxy servers? Fifth, I'll mold how end users will be supported.
How will my end users understand how to get help? How will they anticipate changes and accomplish their jobs? Sixth, I'll need to lay out a plan to manage mobility's high change rate. How will I prepare my organization for changes that we cannot control? Finally, I need to consider the security of the organization. How is each part of the mobility program secured? It's critical for me to cover these concerns before I begin to roll out a platform. My goal is to build a successful mobility program, therefore I must anticipate a dynamic set of interconnected pieces.
Mobility does not have the option to set it and forget it.
Ryan is the director of enterprise mobility management at MOBI and supports Fortune 100 clients around the world. Here he shares the key components of any enterprise mobility management (EMM) strategy, focusing on Microsoft Intune. Learn what's different about the Windows 10 mobile operating system and why and how businesses manage Windows devices with Intune. Explore Intune infrastructure management and best practices pertaining to design, identity, security, updates, applications, content, and more. Along the way, he'll help you design and implement smart security policies, configure monitoring and services like Windows To Go, and provisioning user accounts.
Note: This course maps to the Plan and Implement a Microsoft Intune device management solution domain of the Microsoft exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices.
- Preparing for a mobile program
- Managing mobile devices, users, and data
- Building mobile user awareness
- Understanding mobile security issues
- Activating Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)
- Configuring and deploying device policies
- Configuring monitoring and alerts
- Designing file and power policies
- Configuring Windows To Go, Windows sync, Wi-Fi direct, and device encryption
- Supporting Intune deployments
- Provisioning user accounts
- Managing Intune groups
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 03/30/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover mobile device and application management, the Azure AD interface, app management without device enrollment, and Intune and eBook deployment. In addition, the following topic was updated: mobile security.