I am an IT Coordinator at a large manufacturing company.
I am currently researching UEM tools. What are the differences between MobileIron UEM and Microsoft Intune? Which solution do you prefer?
Thank you for your help.
The MobileIron UEM solution is now Ivanti and is divided into 3 areas: Client Management (EndPoint)-Mobile Management (MDM) and Desktop or workspace customization. Microsoft solutions are Defender Endpoint - Microsoft Intune (MDM and MAM). The advantage, if they are Windows, is because the Defender antivirus is managed in Defender EndPoint and the management or control of Android or Windows devices and application deployment With Intune; It is also complemented with Office 365. I hope to be helpful. https://www.ivanti.com/es/lp/uem/reports/gartner-magic-quadrant-for-uem
Hello Lahcen, I am posting this comment on behalf of one of our site users who is the Head of Infrastructure at his company. He says: One of the key differences is MobileIron is much more mature than Intune in some aspects. So you have much more granular controls in MobileIron if you need to. Microsoft Intune on the other hand is easier to use in my opinion and has most features that most organization needs. If you already have a Microsoft 365 Tenant or intend to have one, Microsoft Intune is really a no-brainer. Unless you need those super granular controls that only MobileIron or Airwatch has, you will want to keep Intune. Intune is much faster and easier to deploy if you know the solution well. I typically need 1 week to configure everything in a Tenant to manage IOS & Windows devices as long as the requirements are fixed before I start the configuration. There are not many Intune experts out there but it’s not that difficult to learn either. MobileIron is a much more complicated solution and has been adopted from an on-prem solution to start with so it has its legacies limitation too. Microsoft Intune started on the cloud right from the start so it does not have such issues.
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