What’s New in System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune: Spring 2019 Edition
As cloud computing continues to evolve, organizations are quickly moving towards the cloud to take advantage of the cost, scalability, and security benefits it offers. System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and Microsoft Intune are two powerful tools that provide a comprehensive solution for cloud management. In this article, we’ll take a look at the latest features and updates available in SCCM and Intune as part of the Spring 2019 edition.
System Center Configuration Manager
System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a comprehensive, software-based platform that provides IT professionals with an integrated solution for managing and deploying software, hardware, and operating systems. It also provides powerful reporting and analytics capabilities to help IT professionals better understand their environment. Here are some of the new features and updates available in SCCM:
Intune App Protection Policies
Intune App Protection Policies (APP) help organizations protect their data and apps from unauthorized access or misuse. It provides granular control over which apps can access corporate resources, and allows IT administrators to set different access policies for different users. With APP, IT administrators can easily control what data can be accessed, shared, and transferred from corporate resources, as well as set restrictions on app usage and access.
Windows Autopilot is a cloud-based technology that makes it simple for organizations to deploy, configure, and manage Windows devices. It allows IT administrators to quickly provision and deploy new devices, as well as configure user accounts and settings. With Autopilot, IT administrators can easily manage Windows devices, including those that are in remote locations.
PowerShell scripting is a powerful way to automate tasks and manage Windows environments. With SCCM, IT administrators can use PowerShell scripts to automate many of their tasks, such as deploying applications, creating reports, and managing hardware. With the latest updates, SCCM can now be used to create and deploy PowerShell scripts to manage Windows devices.
SCCM provides powerful reporting capabilities that allow IT administrators to gain insights into their environment. With the latest updates, SCCM can now generate reports on hardware, software, and operating system inventory, as well as generate compliance reports to track and monitor compliance with policies and settings. SCCM can also generate reports on user activity and usage patterns.
The Spring 2019 edition of System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune provides powerful tools for IT professionals to manage their cloud environment. It provides a comprehensive solution for managing and deploying software, hardware, and operating systems, along with powerful reporting and analytics capabilities. With the latest features and updates, SCCM and Intune make it easier than ever to manage Windows devices and ensure compliance with policies and settings.
For IT professionals looking to take control of their cloud environment, SCCM and Intune provide a powerful solution. With the features and updates available in the Spring 2019 edition, IT administrators can easily and securely manage their Windows devices and ensure their data is protected.