Microsoft anounced new update of Windows Intune Services; “Modern mobile devices should be managed from a cloud service”

WindowsIntuneAnnouncement

Today Microsoft announced new enhancements of Windows Intune Service as per next week. These updates include:

  • Ability for the administrator to configure email profiles, which can automatically configure the device with the appropriate email server information and related policies, as well as the ability to remove the profile along with the email itself via a remote wipe if needed.
  • Support for new configuration settings in iOS 7, including the “Managed open in” capability to protect corporate data by controlling which apps and accounts are used to open documents and attachments, and disabling the fingerprint unlock feature.
  • Ability for the administrator to remotely lock the device if it is lost or stolen, and reset the password if the user forgets it.
  • In addition to our unified deployment mode and integration with System Center Configuration Manager, Windows Intune can now stand alone as a cloud-only MDM solution. This is a big win for organizations that want a cloud-only management solutions to manage both their mobile devices and PC’s.

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Secure Application Access by using AD FS and UAG – UAG acting as ADFS Proxy Topology (via Security and Identity in the Cloud)

In the previous post I showed to you how UAG can be used with ADFS to publish Claims aware application and provide single sign-on into  such applications along with traditional applications which require UserID/password. In that demonstration UAG was configured with Form Based Authentication (FBA) and user was authenticating to UAG before they could get access to actual applications. Today’s demonstration shows a different UAG/ADFS topology, … Read More

via Security and Identity in the Cloud

How #Microsoft secures its data in a worldwide environment

This Microsoft IT Showcase slide gives you an overview how Microsoft secures its data. Maybe little bit outdated but still informative to get a picture of the high-level basics how to secure your corporate data.