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Explore the Latest Features of Microsoft Endpoint Manager 2203 (March) Edition

What’s new in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2203 (March) Edition
Overview
Microsoft Endpoint Manager is an integrated platform that enables organizations to manage their devices, data and applications. With the new 2203 (March) edition of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, organizations can now take advantage of new features and updates to the platform. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the key features and updates available in the March edition of Microsoft Endpoint Manager.Integrated Device Management
Microsoft Endpoint Manager enables organizations to manage their devices, data, and applications in an integrated way. With the new 2203 (March) edition, organizations can now take advantage of improved support for mobile device management (MDM). This includes the ability to define device enrollment restrictions, improved app signing workflows, and more. Additionally, organizations can now use Microsoft Endpoint Manager to manage their on-premises devices and cloud-based devices in a single platform.Application Management
Microsoft Endpoint Manager also provides organizations with the ability to manage their applications. With the new 2203 (March) edition, organizations can now deploy and manage applications in a more streamlined way. This includes the ability to use Microsoft Intune to deploy applications to devices, as well as the ability to define application access rules. Additionally, organizations can now use Microsoft Endpoint Manager to deploy applications in bulk to multiple devices.Data Protection
Microsoft Endpoint Manager also provides organizations with the ability to protect their data. With the new 2203 (March) edition, organizations can now configure data protection policies to ensure their data is properly secured. This includes the ability to set up device encryption, as well as the ability to set up access restrictions based on user roles and device types. Additionally, organizations can now use Microsoft Endpoint Manager to set up and manage multi-factor authentication for their users.PowerShell Scripting
Microsoft Endpoint Manager also provides organizations with the ability to automate their IT operations. With the new 2203 (March) edition, organizations can now take advantage of improved support for PowerShell scripting. This includes the ability to create and run PowerShell scripts to manage their devices, data, and applications. Additionally, organizations can use the new Microsoft Endpoint Manager PowerShell Cmdlets to automate common tasks.Conclusion
The new 2203 (March) edition of Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides organizations with a comprehensive platform for managing their devices, data, and applications. With the new features and updates available in this edition, organizations can take advantage of improved support for mobile device management, application management, data protection, and PowerShell scripting. This makes it easier for organizations to manage their IT operations in an integrated and streamlined way.

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