Windows Intune 3.0: screenshots

Windows Intune 3.0: screenshots

Summary: Microsoft's cloud-hosted management platform adds support for mobile devices — including iPhones, iPads and Android — in version 3.0. The Silverlight-driven UI is much the same as before, but it's now easier to see, filter and respond to alerts.

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  • Malware

    Malware alerts let you see what malware has been detected on your network, and what's needed to clean it up. You can use the information to determine the source of an infection, or to decide if you need additional security tools and policies.

  • Alert Types

    Intune 3.0 lets you have multiple administration accounts, so you can also filter the alerts you see. Are you managing security? Then ensure that malware and security alerts have priority. If it's hardware you're looking after, then you can prioritise hardware alerts.

  • Mobile Device Summary

    Intune treats mobile devices as first-class citizens, with a similar set of views to desktop and laptop PCs. You can quickly see issues, and whether you've made any exceptions to policies — granting email access to non-compliant devices, for example.

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Simon Bisson

About Simon Bisson

Simon Bisson is a freelance technology journalist. He specialises in architecture and enterprise IT. He ran one of the UK's first national ISPs and moved to writing around the time of the collapse of the first dotcom boom. He still writes code.

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