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Free course: Managing PCs and Devices with Microsoft Intune

Managing corporate hardware can be a bewildering process for some IT shops. With that in mind, Computerworld – in partnership with tech training provider Pluralsight – is providing this free course on using Intune to make device...

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‘Sign In with Apple’ isn’t for business – yet

While Apple's new mobile authentication tool is targeted for consumers, not companies, it could eventually be used by enterprise MDM vendors to enable secure log-in. It was among several enterprise-focused announcements at WWDC.

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How to craft an MDM policy BYOD workers will actually follow

Locking down corporate data and apps on employee devices can be a chore – especially when the biggest stumbling block are workers themselves. Here's how to ensure mobile devices actually get managed properly.

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Now you can buy police-grade iPhone hacking tools on eBay

That you can buy police-grade tools for hacking iPhones is proof positive that privacy and security are essential in the digital age.

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Enterprise mobile management: Where do we go from here?

Traditional mobile management is dead. There is a new era of device management coming, and you better get ready for it.

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Apple in 2019: Expect more focus on enterprise identity, device ownership

Apple has done much in recent years to make it easier for IT admins to deploy, provision and manage all manner of Macs, iPhones and iPads. Here's how it did so, and what's likely to come next.

For Apple, 2018 meant a new enterprise tack

Though it's often seen as a consumer-centric company, Apple now touches a wide variety of enterprise IT operations. That growing corporate influence is likely to continue, and may even accelerate, in 2019.

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Apple's place is in the enterprise

With powerful new hardware, an increasing number of large-scale deployments and the ability to easily manage and support those deployments, Apple's place is in the office.

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For device management, JAMF underpins Apple's enterprise role

At this week's JAMF Nation User Conference, the EMM company shone a spotlight on what it's doing to help integrate and manage Apple hardware and services in the corporate world.

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MOBI adds UEM reporting with new desktop, IoT management tools

Mobile management provider MOBI has added desktops and IoT devices to the portfolio of enterprise devices it can manage.

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Prepping your UEM strategy? Tips for a successful deployment

Unifying all your corporate devices under a single management console can increase efficiency and cut costs. But a successful rollout will take time and is likely to be hampered by a transition away from legacy apps, retraining for IT...

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The Apple DEP flaw explained – and how to bolster security

Researchers have highlighted a vulnerability in Apple’s Device Enrollment Program that, in some circumstances, could leave corporate networks and data insecure. But companies can mitigate the danger.

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How to navigate the shifting sands of macOS Server

Apple's been moving to deprecate a variety of services it once supported and has now posted a Service Migration Guide for users. Here's what's important and what you should do now as you eye a migration.

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What is Microsoft’s Intune – and how well does the UEM tool really work?

Microsoft's unified endpoint management offering, Intune, has the potential to reduce time and effort managing desktop and mobile work environments. But it's not without its own set of problems, according to users.

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Mingis on Tech: UEM and the future of mobile management

Unified endpoint management is getting a lot of buzz these days when it comes to how companies handle mobile (and even desktop) hardware. But it's going to take a while for the bugs to get worked out.

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Mingis on Tech: How real is UEM for mobile management?

The promise of unified endpoint management is that it allows companies to more easily handle mobile (and even desktop) hardware management. But it's going to take a while for it to become reality.

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Enterprise mobility 2018: UEM is the next step

First there was mobile device management, then mobile application management and enterprise mobility management. Now EMM suites are evolving into unified endpoint management platforms.

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How to get the most from Microsoft Intune

When it comes to managing corporate hardware, Intune stacks up well against rivals like AirWatch, MobileIron Cloud and Maas360. Whether it's the right EMM choice depends on your company's current setup and future needs.

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