Recently Microsoft announced Microsoft Teams, a new chat-based platform in Office 365. For all mobile platforms (Android, iOS and Windows 10 Mobile) Microsoft released an native app, including a desktop app for Windows 10 and Mac OS X. The Microsoft Teams apps can be downloaded here. After I installed the Microsoft Teams desktop app on Windows 10 I bumped into the following funny message ‘Yikes! Looks like someone pulled the plug on the internet’.
In this blog series of Windows Information Protection (WIP) I will provide you some more insights what WIP is, how it works and how to create & deploy WIP policies by Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.
- Part 1 – Introduction: Enterprise Data Protection – Under the hood
- Part 2 – Retrieve Desktop & Universal Application Information with PowerShell
- Part 3 – Create & Deploy Enterprise Data Protection with Configuration Manager Current Branch
- Part 4 – Create & Deploy Enterprise Data Protection with Microsoft Intune
In this 4th blog post I’ll outline how to create & deploy Windows Information Protection policies to Windows 10 devices by Microsoft Intune.