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Securely Setting Up Remote Work: Help Businesses Rapidly Adapt to Working From Home on PCs and Mobile Devices

Helping Businesses Rapidly Set Up To Work Securely From Personal PCs and Mobiles
The Challenges of Working Remotely
As more businesses move to remote work environments, the challenges of doing so securely become more apparent. Companies must be able to enable their employees to work from anywhere, without sacrificing the security of their data or network. The challenge lies in setting up employees to work securely from personal PCs and mobiles, and doing so quickly, while meeting all the necessary security requirements.

The Benefits of Microsoft Intune
Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that offers businesses a way to manage and secure their mobile devices, PCs, and applications. By leveraging Intune, companies can ensure that their employees have secure access to the data that they need, regardless of the device they are using. With Intune, businesses can set up their employees to work securely from personal PCs and mobiles quickly and easily.

Configuring Intune for Remote Work
Using Intune, businesses can quickly set up their employees with secure access to the data they need. Intune allows businesses to configure their devices, PCs, and applications for remote work. This includes setting up device-level policies such as enforcing multi-factor authentication, and application-level policies such as preventing data from being copied to USB drives or cloud services without permission.

Ensuring Secure Access to Data
Intune also allows businesses to ensure secure access to data. With Intune, businesses can configure security policies to ensure data is only accessed by authorized users. This includes setting up access controls, such as requiring multi-factor authentication, to ensure that only authenticated users have access to the data. Intune also offers data loss prevention (DLP) policies that can help prevent data from being copied or shared without permission.

Integration with Other Security Solutions
Intune also offers integration with other security solutions, such as Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection and Microsoft Defender. This allows businesses to better protect their data by leveraging the security capabilities of these solutions. For example, businesses can use Microsoft Advanced Threat Protection to use advanced detection and response capabilities to detect and respond to threats in real-time.

Conclusion
Microsoft Intune offers businesses a way to quickly and easily set up their employees to work securely from personal PCs and mobiles. Intune allows businesses to configure device-level and application-level policies to ensure secure access to data, as well as integrating with other security solutions to better protect their data. With Intune, businesses can ensure that their employees have secure access to the data they need, regardless of the device they are using.

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