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“Unlock the Power of Microsoft Endpoint Manager with New Apple System Updates”

Microsoft Endpoint Manager Updates for New Apple Systems
Overview
Cloud architects are responsible for designing, deploying, and managing cloud systems. As such, it is important to stay up to date on the latest cloud technologies and products. Microsoft Endpoint Manager is Microsoft’s unified endpoint management (UEM) solution that provides a single solution to manage your corporate devices. Recently, Microsoft released updates for their Endpoint Manager for new Apple systems. In this blog post, we will discuss the updates and how they can help cloud architects manage their corporate devices running Apple systems.

Microsoft Endpoint Manager Updates
Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides a unified solution to manage corporate devices running Apple systems. With the latest updates, cloud architects can now deploy and manage a wide range of devices running Apple systems. The new updates include:

* Device management – Cloud architects can now deploy and manage corporate devices running Apple systems. This includes configuring settings, deploying applications, and monitoring device health.
* App protection – Cloud architects can now protect corporate apps with Intune app protection policies. This includes setting data policies and controlling access to corporate data.
* Compliance policies – Cloud architects can now ensure that corporate devices meet compliance requirements. This includes setting device security policies, configuring encryption settings, and enabling two-factor authentication.

How Cloud Architects Can Use the Updates
The updates to Microsoft Endpoint Manager are designed to make it easier for cloud architects to manage corporate devices running Apple systems. With the new updates, cloud architects can deploy and manage devices, protect corporate apps, and ensure compliance.

Deploying and Managing Devices
Cloud architects can use the device management features to deploy and manage corporate devices running Apple systems. This includes configuring settings, deploying applications, and monitoring device health.

Protecting Corporate Apps
Cloud architects can use the app protection features to protect corporate apps with Intune app protection policies. This includes setting data policies and controlling access to corporate data.

Ensuring Compliance
Cloud architects can use the compliance policies to ensure that corporate devices meet compliance requirements. This includes setting device security policies, configuring encryption settings, and enabling two-factor authentication.

PowerShell Script Examples
Cloud architects can use PowerShell scripts to automate and simplify the process of deploying and managing corporate devices running Apple systems. Here are some examples of PowerShell scripts that can be used for this purpose:

* Set-IntuneAppleConfigurationProfile
* Get-IntuneDeviceCompliancePolicy
* Set-IntuneAppProtectionPolicy
* Set-IntuneDeviceConfigurationPolicy

Conclusion
Microsoft recently released updates to their Endpoint Manager for new Apple systems. These updates provide cloud architects with the necessary tools to deploy and manage corporate devices running Apple systems, protect corporate apps, and ensure compliance. In addition, cloud architects can use PowerShell scripts to automate and simplify the process of deploying and managing devices.

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