Microsoft Intune is #1 ranked solution in top Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) tools
. PeerSpot users give Microsoft Intune an average rating of 8 out of 10.
Microsoft Intune is most commonly compared to VMware Workspace ONE: Microsoft Intune vs VMware Workspace ONE
. Microsoft Intune is popular among the large enterprise segment,
accounting for 59% of users researching this solution on PeerSpot. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a
computer software company, accounting for 23% of all views.
Microsoft Intune Buyer's Guide
Download the Microsoft Intune Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: June 2022
What is Microsoft Intune?
Microsoft Intune is a comprehensive cloud-based service that allows you to remotely manage mobile devices and mobile applications without worrying about the security of your organization’s data. Device and app management can be used on company-owned devices as well as personal devices.
In an increasingly mobile workforce, Microsoft Intune keeps your sensitive data safe while on the move. Microsoft Intune makes it possible for your team members to work anywhere using their mobile devices. Microsoft Intune provides both the flexibility and the control needed for securing all your data on the cloud, no matter where the device with the data is located.
Microsoft Intune Device Management Key Features
With Microsoft Intune Device Management you can:
- Ensure devices and apps are compliant with your security requirements.
- Rapidly deploy and authenticate apps on all company devices.
- Remotely access devices to troubleshoot issues or to remove data from them.
- Generate reports for all devices in the system.
- Monitor the way users access and share information to protect company information.
- Set rules and configure settings on personal and organization-owned devices to access data and networks.
- Create user groups and device groups, allowing you to rapidly access many users and devices simultaneously.
Mobile Application Management
Mobile application management in Intune is designed to protect your organization’s data at the application level.
With Microsoft Intune Application Management you can:
- Configure apps to run with specific settings enabled.
- Update existing apps that are already on the device.
- See reports on which apps are used and monitor their usage.
- Selectively wipe organization data from apps.
- Add mobile apps to user groups and devices.
As part of Microsoft's Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) suite, Intune integrates with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) for access control and with Azure Information Protection for data protection. It also integrates with Microsoft 365 Applications.
Reviews from Real Users
Microsoft Intune stands out among its competitors for a number of reasons. Two major ones are its ability to secure all devices under its management and the flexibility that the solution offers its users.
A computing services manager notes, "Its security is most valuable. It gives us a way to secure devices, not only those that are steady. We do have a few tablets and other devices, and it is a way for us to secure these devices and manage them. We know they're out there and what's their status. We can manage their life cycle and verify that they're updated properly."
The head of IT engineering at a financial services company writes, "The one feature we find most useful is the Mobile Application Manager. There are two types: we have the complete MDM and the Mobile Application Manager (MAM). We don't give our users phones, it is their own personal phone, and we need to allow them to have access to the company details on their phone. We need to create a balance between their own personal data and the company data. We deploy the Mobile Application Manager for them so that we won't be able to interfere with their own personal data."
Microsoft Intune was previously known as Intune, MS Intune.
Microsoft Intune Customers
Mitchells and Buzzers, Callaway
Microsoft Intune Video