Microsoft InTune Management Services, Managing iOS and Android Devices

Microsoft has officially taken the wraps off of their newest version Intune management service for Windows and the new System Center 2012 platform designed to manage both Microsoft and non-Microsoft mobile devices. Microsoft plans to provide management capabilities for not only Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8 devices, but also iOS and Android via Windows Intune cloud-management service and/or via its Systems Center 2012 systems-management suite as their plan to replace the since EOL’d Exchange ActiveSync. Read the full story here.



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