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#MSIgnite2018: Get the Latest on Microsoft Intune & System Center Configuration Manager Updates!

What’s New with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager: #MSIgnite 2018 Edition
At #MSIgnite 2018, Microsoft announced several exciting updates to their cloud-based management solutions: Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). Microsoft Intune and SCCM are cloud-based management solutions that help IT departments to more effectively manage their devices and applications. In this blog, we will explore these new updates and discuss how they can help to improve the overall IT management experience.

What is System Center Configuration Manager?
System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a cloud-based management solution from Microsoft. It is used by IT professionals to manage their networks, devices, applications, services, and users. SCCM provides a robust set of features and capabilities that can help IT departments better manage their environment. SCCM includes features for device management, application deployment, patch management, software updates, and more.

What is Microsoft Intune?
Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based mobile device management (MDM) solution from Microsoft. It allows IT departments to manage their mobile devices, applications, and services. Intune provides a comprehensive set of features and capabilities that can help IT departments to better manage their mobile environment. With Intune, IT departments can manage their mobile devices, applications, and services, as well as enforce policies and ensure security.

What’s New in Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager?
At #MSIgnite 2018, Microsoft announced several updates to both Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager. Here are some of the new features and capabilities that were announced:

Device Management
* Simplified enrollment process for Windows 10 devices
* Ability to automate the enrollment process for Windows 10 devices
* Improved support for iOS and Android devices
* New APIs for managing devices

Application Deployment
* Ability to deploy applications to remote machines
* Improved support for web-based applications
* New APIs for deploying applications

Patch Management
* Improved support for Windows 10 patch management
* Ability to deploy patches to remote machines
* New APIs for patch management

Software Updates
* Improved support for Windows 10 software updates
* Ability to deploy software updates to remote machines
* New APIs for software updates

Conclusion
Microsoft’s cloud-based management solutions, Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager, have undergone significant updates at #MSIgnite 2018. These updates enable IT professionals to manage their devices, applications, and services more effectively and securely. With the improved features and capabilities for device management, application deployment, patch management, and software updates, IT departments can now reduce their workload and improve the overall IT management experience.

To learn more about the new features and capabilities of Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager, please visit the official Microsoft website or read the Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager documentation.

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