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Enterprise Mobility Suite Evaluation Guide
Report by: Wes Miller
Posted: June 2015
The Enterprise Mobility Suite bundles three hosted services to deliver identity, device, application, and information management for use with mobile devices, but it will require work to deploy and use
The Enterprise Mobility Suite bundles three hosted services to deliver identity, device, application, and information management
A premium tier of Azure AD provides services to help enterprises manage identity and application access
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a hosted Azure service that can provide two-factor authentication to enterprise applications and services, minimizing the risks of users selecting poor passwords
A new Microsoft software discovery tool could help catalog cloud-based applications that users have accessed from Windows PCs
The Application Proxy hosted service in Azure allows external users to access internal applications without a virtual private network
Organizations using hosted services, such as Office 365, Intune, and Azure, should integrate Azure Active Directory with their on-premises directory to simplify management and support single sign-on
The next version of Identity Manager, now in preview, will feature better integration with Azure Active Directory
Intune has steadily improved with new device and application management, security, and policy control features
Office 365 adds basic application and device management, but limitations may require organizations to use Microsoft Intune or third-party management tools instead
An Azure-based version of Rights Management Services with mobile device clients may make RMS more appealing to end users and businesses
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