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Microsoft goes public with what's next for Windows Intune
On January 29, Microsoft peeled back the covers on what's next for its Windows Intune device-management and security service.
Next week, Microsoft will be rolling out a handful of Windows Intune updates to current subscribers.
Microsoft officials are talking up Windows Intune's ability to work as a cloud-only service as if it were something new. (I'm not sure if this is really new.) Last year, Microsoft made System Center Configuration Manager integration a centerpiece of its Intune push, and that capability still remains.
Microsoft officials also shared today this list of new features coming to Windows Intune subscribers as of next week: ....
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