New Intune features and service tiers are not in any Microsoft 365 suite, suggesting forthcoming Microsoft 365 suite changes.
A range of considerations and complications can come into play when planning for a deployment of shared devices. This collection of reports discuss a range of licensing and technology considerations that organizations may want to take into account to ensure their shared devices are properly licensed and ideally deployed.
Licensing shared devices correctly requires that organizations understand how a device will be used and which licensing options are available from Microsoft.
Intune management capabilities vary depending on the platform being managed. The broadest set of features continues to be for Apple’s mobile devices and the Windows desktop OS.
A confusing new brand first announced in 2019, Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) has been retired in favor of broad use of the Intune brand.
A Microsoft-hosted online service for managing Windows 10, macOS, iOS, iPadOS, and Android client devices; licensed as a stand-alone subscription or as part of larger suites, including Microsoft 365 Enterprise.
The Intune device management service is sold as a user subscription license, with all associated use rights terminating if the subscription is allowed to lapse