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Microsoft Endpoint Manager Now Supports Surface Duo Devices – Get the Latest Updates!

Microsoft Endpoint Manager Announces Support for Surface Duo Devices
Introduction
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) is a unified platform that helps organizations manage devices, applications and data from the cloud. It is a comprehensive solution for managing devices, apps, and data across a range of Windows, iOS, and Android devices. Microsoft recently announced the addition of Surface Duo devices to the list of devices supported by MEM. This news represents an important step forward for the MEM platform and its customers.Key Benefits of MEM for Surface Duo
Now that Surface Duo devices are officially supported by MEM, organizations can leverage the platform to maximize the benefits of their mobile devices. With MEM, organizations can manage the entire device lifecycle, from enrollment to retirement. This includes setting up and configuring devices, managing and distributing applications and data, and ensuring that devices remain secure and compliant with corporate policies.MEM also provides organizations with the ability to track device usage and performance, troubleshoot issues, and ensure that devices are always up-to-date with the latest security patches and updates. Additionally, MEM enables organizations to remotely wipe data from lost or stolen devices, ensuring that sensitive data remains secure.

What Does This Mean for Surface Duo Users?
The addition of Surface Duo devices to the list of devices supported by MEM is good news for organizations that have already adopted the platform or are considering doing so in the future. With MEM, organizations can deploy and manage Surface Duo devices in a secure and efficient manner. This will enable organizations to make the most of their mobile devices, while ensuring that their data remains secure.How to Get Started with MEM for Surface Duo
To get started with MEM for Surface Duo devices, organizations should first ensure that they have the necessary licenses. This includes the MEM license, along with the appropriate licenses for the mobile devices. Organizations should also create a MEM tenant and configure the necessary settings. Once the tenant is created, organizations can enroll their Surface Duo devices and manage them through MEM.Conclusion
The addition of Surface Duo devices to the list of devices supported by Microsoft Endpoint Manager is great news for organizations that have already adopted the platform or are considering doing so in the future. With MEM, organizations can deploy, manage, and secure their Surface Duo devices in an efficient and secure manner. This will enable organizations to make the most of their mobile devices, while ensuring that their data remains secure.

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