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Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM)

Secure, deploy, and manage all users, apps, and devices without disruption to existing processes.

Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) is the convergence of Intune and Configuration Manager functionality and data, plus new intelligent actions—offering a seamless, end-to-end management solution without the complexity of a migration or disruption to productivity. Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides transformative modern management and security that meets customers where they are and helps them move to the cloud.

In recent years, device management has become far more challenging and time consuming. Whereas users once worked primarily from tightly managed, domain-joined desktops, today’s users tend to work from multiple devices of varying types. MEM is designed to couple modern device management capabilities with existing legacy solutions, namely Configuration Manager.

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How Does MEM Help Administrators?

MEM helps with the provisioning of new devices.

When a team member acquires a new PC, Autopilot can install Windows onto that device, perform an initial configuration, and then enroll the device into Intune. Hence MEM automates this once manual process, saving the IT staff a considerable amount of time.

MEM helps organizations manage devices once they have been enrolled.

MEM can be used to detect and automatically deploy missing security updates. Likewise, admins can create security policies that are automatically applied to devices to ensure that those devices remain configured in a secure manner.

MEM assists users who want to use personally owned devices for work.

A user can access a self-service portal to enroll their device into Intune. MEM can then verify that the device adheres to the organization’s compliance requirements. At that point, the user can begin using the device. This automated enrollment process provides a better overall user experience.

MEM can save administrators from having to install applications onto devices.

An enterprise app store makes approved applications available to users on an as needed basis.

What’s Included in Microsoft Endpoint Manager?

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