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Discover the Latest Features of Microsoft Endpoint Manager – May 2021 Edition

What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2105 (May) Edition
Introduction
The Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) is an integrated platform for managing corporate-owned devices and services, including Windows 10, Office 365, and Azure Active Directory. This month’s release of the MEM 2105 (May) edition brings some exciting new features and enhancements to the platform.

New Features & Enhancements
Microsoft Intune
The Microsoft Intune service is a cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution that enables IT administrators to manage and secure corporate-owned mobile devices, desktops, and applications. This month’s release brings several new features and enhancements to the service.

Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Apps Update Compliance
The Intune service now supports Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Apps update compliance. This feature allows IT administrators to ensure that devices are up to date with the latest Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Apps updates.

Windows Autopilot Device Reset Enhancements
The Intune service now supports additional Windows Autopilot device reset enhancements. These enhancements enable IT administrators to configure settings for devices before they are reset and ensure that devices are reset to a known good state.

Azure Active Directory Conditional Access Policies
The Intune service now supports Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Conditional Access policies. This feature allows IT administrators to create policies that apply to specific users, devices, and applications.

Windows Autopilot
The Windows Autopilot is a cloud-based service that enables IT administrators to configure and deploy Windows 10 devices quickly and securely. This month’s release brings several new features and enhancements to the service.

Device Reset Enhancements
The Windows Autopilot service now supports additional device reset enhancements. These enhancements allow IT administrators to configure settings for devices before they are reset and ensure that devices are reset to a known good state.

Azure Active Directory Conditional Access Policies
The Windows Autopilot service now supports Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Conditional Access policies. This feature allows IT administrators to create policies that apply to specific users, devices, and applications.

Device Enrollment Enhancements
The Windows Autopilot service now supports additional device enrollment enhancements. These enhancements allow IT administrators to configure settings for devices before they are enrolled in the Windows Autopilot service and ensure that devices are enrolled in a known good state.

Microsoft 365 Security Center
The Microsoft 365 Security Center is a cloud-based service that enables IT administrators to monitor and protect their organization’s data and applications. This month’s release brings several new features and enhancements to the service.

Threat Protection Enhancements
The Microsoft 365 Security Center now supports additional threat protection enhancements. These enhancements allow IT administrators to configure settings for detected threats and ensure that threats are addressed quickly and effectively.

Data Loss Prevention Enhancements
The Microsoft 365 Security Center now supports additional data loss prevention (DLP) enhancements. These enhancements allow IT administrators to configure settings for detected data loss incidents and ensure that data is protected from unauthorized access and disclosure.

Microsoft Cloud App Security Enhancements
The Microsoft 365 Security Center now supports additional Microsoft Cloud App Security enhancements. These enhancements allow IT administrators to configure settings for detected cloud application usage and ensure that cloud applications are used safely and securely.

Conclusion
The Microsoft Endpoint Manager 2105 (May) edition brings many exciting new features and enhancements to the platform. IT administrators can now take advantage of the Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Apps update compliance, Windows Autopilot device reset enhancements, Azure Active Directory Conditional Access policies, and more.

These enhancements provide IT administrators with the tools they need to manage and secure their corporate-owned devices and services. By leveraging the power of the Microsoft Endpoint Manager, IT administrators can ensure that their organization’s data and applications remain safe and secure.

Additional Resources
Microsoft Endpoint Manager Documentation:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/index [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/index]

Microsoft Endpoint Manager Overview:
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/endpoint-manager/ [https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/endpoint-manager/]

Microsoft Endpoint Manager Security Guide:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/endpoint-security-guide/intro [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/endpoint-security-guide/intro]

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