What’s New In Windows Intune

A short post: Microsoft has summarised the changes to Widnows Intune here. Remember, the cost of licensing has come way down, Software Assurance is now an option, and it is per user (with 5 devices per user) rather than per device now.  That’s removed the biggest blocker to Windows Intune adoption.  EAS (and onsite Exchange) is not required to manage Windows or iOS devices (still appears to be the case for Android). Windows 8/RT are now supported with a Windows App available in the Store. Windows Intune can be managed from the System Center 2012 SP1 ConfigMgr console.

New customers will get immediate access to new functionality. Existing users will have to wait for MSFT to upgrade their accounts.

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