Subtitles for Solving the enterprise mobility problem with Windows Phone and Microsoft Intune (1/4)

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yes cool alright welcome everybody
welcome to solving the enterprise
mobility problem with Windows Phone and
Microsoft Intune my name is David levski
Michael oski thanks for joining us today
wherever you are in the world is quite
early for us here in the US but i
believe it's afternoon your app so
welcome thanks for joining everyone
gonna get over go over some notes
quickly here at the beginning we do have
a large number of participants so
there's no way we're doing two-way audio
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will go ahead and answer those questions
all of the questions that don't get
answered we'll go ahead and answer later
i was going to do get answers will post
those over on the business Mobility
Center all material the content will be
posted as a PDF and available in the
business ability center as well as well
as recording the session right so we're
gonna do our best job to get as many
questions as we can but we only have 60
minutes today for this session so we
might act to every question but will
also stay afterwards in case there's
anything else you guys want to discuss
so feel free to type your questions in
and we'll get to them as we can
alright so before we get started I just
want to go over a few session objectives
and takeaways so just two things were
going to cover first off we want to go
over the past present future of device
management where it's been
where we're going where we are today and
what it means for you guys specifically
next you want to illustrate the power of
Microsoft's MDM solution which is
in tune and also a little bit about how
it works and then finally you want to
set up in tune
just like you would for the very first
time and get started managing your first
couple of mobile devices you can kind of
do it on your own get a look and see
what kind of controls you have and this
is sort of the overview course we're
going to have some more in-depth courses
in a few right right right so this this
is a the first part of a series and in
this first part is going to be a little
bit more introductory kind of going over
what is in tune how does it work how to
set up the first time
hi this is stuff that you're familiar
with definitely time in to our later
sessions where will kind of be diving
much deeper into how the configurations
work and all the kind of settings you
can unlock all the power you've been
locked with these products but for today
it's gonna be pretty high level
yep so where do we start let's draw some
ah our current story what are you
currently doing for deployment water IT
admins currently doing out in the field
on this should look familiar to you guys
if you guys like would like to go ahead
and participate go ahead and I mentioned
in the chat window sort of where you
guys are in the i.t space you're an avid
if your seller all that good stuff
yeah so what do you guys do now in your
roles and we'll go ahead and watch that
as it goes by seller admin great
pre-sales fantastic awesome we got a
pretty good mix
thanks for joining guys yeah they are
you guys are you guys are pretty
familiar with this and other when we go
out and ask people about this there's
usually some mixed emotions around this
story where you know you go out you
purchase devices you image that you
create a company image you have the
company image that's on whichever
version you're using many customers are
now have a window 7 image that's the
golden image and they sort of change
that and non-food they're deploying to
and then they have that image is
deployed and provision over the internal
network all of these devices are
connected using Active Directory or
identity management so you're logging on
you're getting your roaming profile what
have you and so this is our basic
private cloud solution
the users are actually adding their
productivity by getting access to
content over this private cloud this
should all sound very very very familiar
so what are some strength and what are
some weaknesses of the story of course
is familiar we all know about this
you have really really deep
customization into what you can do
sometimes too much customization we'll
get into that we talked about weaknesses
you have really glad granular control
over what you want to do background and
this and that and lock it down and all
that good stuff what's installed what
drivers and so it's good for managing an
environment where you know what devices
are going to be in your environment you
may have like five models 10 models and
you know what drivers they have when
they need updates all that stuff can be
manageable but I'm sure is a lot of your
familiar can sort of grow and become
unmanageable as we mentioned our
weaknesses here can be very complex you
can have compatibility problems i can't
tell you how many times I've had the
wrong video driver installed on my
laptop by RIT and so there's just the
small things that make the user
experience painful it's very slow a lot
of people around seven when a lot of
people then go home and they maybe pick
up their surface and they're running
windows 8 10 maybe Windows 10 technical
preview and so there's definitely some
release latency there and it's a poor
user experience and I don't know if any
of you have ever tried imaging like an
iOS device or an android device or
something like that but it's pretty
impossible with with current with
current sort of imaging techniques in
that type of stuff right there
current story so this sort of kind of
Ra's out our current model kind of got
over this and it's working
yeah i mean it work it's simple it's
kind of what we've always use we're all
familiar with you have a desktop or
laptop client usually running Windows
managed by a server also usually windows
basically its modulus and both ends
using Active Directory all the same kind
of stuff but this model it's not that
it's disappearing it's that the model is
changing so the future management is
going to look a little bit more like
this where it's not just windows
managing windows is
it's you know an MDM provider managing
iOS devices Android devices windows
tablets windows phones and also desktops
and laptops and all the rest and
integrating with active directory and
everything else you have in your
environment so it's not that the old
model is going away
it's that we're kind of adding all this
complexity in where we need a solution
to kind of help us with this rapidly
evolving landscape you could think of it
a lot of people think of it as domain
joinable devices vs nando enjoyable
devices right so can tomato an iOS
device so how do we manage it well the
answer is enterprise mobility management
which is kind of overcoming today so
tmmr enterprise mobility management
brings any device too familiar level of
both manageability and also productivity
so we can get our compliance settings
are regulatory practices onto a device
whether it's an android iOS whether
Samsung made it or you know whoever but
we can also bring it too familiar level
productivity by getting them the apps
they need access to email access to
internal resources and everything else
Next it's not just about the device but
it's also about the services that this
can integrate with so when we're talking
about Microsoft Intune specifically it's
not just about the MDM services how does
it kind of integrated with Active
Directory how does it integrate with
Azure Active Directory or as your rights
management all these other different
services like office 365 that we have so
instead of just having kind of you know
here's our device here our services
everything is integrated together to
create a very powerful solution so why
are we moving in this direction
well a lot of it isn't even our choice
its kind of something we've had to react
two nit where users are starting to
bring devices into the environment and
we just needed a solution to kind of get
these devices up too familiar level
manageability so some strength of this
method are it's faster deploy devices
are up-to-date and its client Gnostic so
you have all these different devices
coming into your environment and it's
not you know a desktop that you buy you
know you run windows seven on and
it's kind of have it sitting around for
two three four five years now people are
maybe getting an upgrade every year
maybe even faster than that so they're
all these different devices coming in so
it's a little bit more difficult to use
the old model we need something that's
faster keeps devices up-to-date and
works with all different types of
clients they're also fewer errors and
it's more efficient and the flip side of
this is that it's less granular in there
less controls so there aren't quite as
many buttons to push which is bad in
some cases no doubt but it's also good
in the fact that the scenarios that
we've enabled there's much less that can
go wrong
so in that sense it's much more reliable
and much better experience for end-users
I think we can all remember a time where
you're digging through policy where you
swear you know where that policy is you
just can't find it
not a computer so i think it's a user
setting in the end it's not there and
it's the one or this or no that's not
what i was looking for right and we came
from that that active directory world
and are you know in a previous life
where you know you're looking through a
customer's group policy and they have
maybe a thousand different settings and
it can be it can be very cumbersome time
and some people need that but we're kind
of moving in a different direction and
then the final thing that I'll say here
is I have a actually two things so first
is that I have cost the most strength
and a barrier and it's it's not that
it's really strength or weakness it's
that it's just a different model so no
longer are we just buying the windows
server license standing up a domain
controller just kind of managing our
devices that way instead with Windows
Intune and a lot of other kind of nvm
providers it's it's a service so you're
paying per user per month and sometimes
per device so it's it's just it's a
different model for some of you it's
gonna be better for some of you you
might not like it as much but this is
kind of direction moving and the last
point I'll make on this slide is
especially when we're talking about
mobile devices devices that are going to
be not necessarily on over Wi-Fi only
public cloud access is very very
important as those devices are going to
have access to public cloud even when
they might not have access to your
internal servers so for some companies
you aren't quite cloud-ready and in our
kind of a little bit tentative going to
that public cloud area
Microsoft Intune can be you know I
difficult solution but what kind of get
into that as as we go forward and we may
have some solutions coming for you

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