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Microsoft Intune Strengthens macOS App Management to Keep Your Business Secure

Microsoft Intune Expands macOS App Management Support
Introduction
Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that provides mobile device management and mobile application management (MDM and MAM) capabilities. It helps organizations manage the applications, devices, and data across their organization. Microsoft recently announced the expansion of its Microsoft Intune macOS app management support. This means that macOS devices can now be managed with the same level of security, compliance, and control as Windows devices.

What Does This Mean for Organizations?
The expanded macOS app management support provides organizations with the ability to manage the applications, devices, and data for their employees and customers. Organizations can now manage applications, devices, and data with the same level of security, compliance, and control as Windows devices.

Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to manage a variety of macOS devices, including Macbooks, Mac desktops, and Mac minis. With this increased support, organizations now have the ability to more effectively secure their macOS devices and applications.

How Does Microsoft Intune Expand macOS App Management?
Microsoft Intune provides organizations with the ability to manage the applications, devices, and data across their organization. Microsoft Intune now provides organizations with the ability to manage and secure macOS devices with the same level of security, compliance, and control as Windows devices.

Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to manage macOS devices and applications with the following features:

Application Management
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to manage a variety of macOS applications. This includes the ability to deploy applications to macOS devices, as well as the ability to remotely manage and monitor applications on macOS devices.

Device Management
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to manage a variety of macOS devices. This includes the ability to deploy applications to macOS devices, as well as the ability to remotely manage and monitor devices on macOS devices.

Data Protection
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to protect their data on macOS devices. This includes the ability to remotely lock and wipe devices, as well as the ability to monitor and control access to sensitive data.

What Are the Benefits of Using Microsoft Intune?
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to manage and secure macOS devices with the same level of security, compliance, and control as Windows devices. This provides organizations with the following benefits:

Security
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to more effectively secure their macOS devices and applications. This includes the ability to remotely lock and wipe devices, as well as the ability to monitor and control access to sensitive data.

Compliance
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to ensure their macOS devices and applications are compliant with industry standards. This includes the ability to deploy applications to macOS devices, as well as the ability to monitor and manage applications on macOS devices.

Control
Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to more effectively control their macOS devices and applications. This includes the ability to remotely manage and monitor devices, as well as the ability to monitor and control access to sensitive data.

Conclusion
Microsoft recently announced the expansion of its Microsoft Intune macOS app management support. This means that macOS devices can now be managed with the same level of security, compliance, and control as Windows devices. Organizations can now use Microsoft Intune to manage and secure macOS devices with the same level of security, compliance, and control as Windows devices. This provides organizations with the ability to more effectively secure their macOS devices and applications, ensure their macOS devices and applications are compliant with industry standards, and more effectively control their macOS devices and applications.

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