5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 6, 2016
The ability for our end users to use native applications without the need to install speciality built applications and our ability to constrain the use of Office 365 products.
Be prepared to understand the product features, current state as well as planned releases thoroughly. get an inventory of potential BYOD OS variations ahead and target policies accordingly. Start small and add policies gradually before trying to lock down everything. Be prepared to educate users on scary warning screens from devices when they are enrolled, otherwise, you might turn them away from registering. Be vocal with Microsoft on their user voice forums and they respond quite quickly to your demand if there is sufficient interest.
The simplicity of registration and administration along with integration with other Microsoft products.
Better conditional access enabled applications such as secure browser, ability to restrict downloads and restrict use of saving to local storage. It's getting there, but not fast enough.
Provided a better support for Windows devices, at par with other operating systems early on. At least Microsoft should have announced their roadmap or intentions about windows phones earlier.Too bad we had to wait too long to move away company purchased windows devices.
Understand the release timeline better and manage end user expectations. Support for Windows Phones is behind IOS. Few android devices are not compatible as expected. Should have created an inventory of android device variations.
If you go through PSS, they are great. We had the product team involved a couple of times and they are very responsive.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 23, 2016
Product is fantastic, but documentation is lacking without services agreement.
implement central collection of event data from either SCOM, Systrack, Splunk or other tool before rolling out.
Simple security with great benefit that is not signature based.
No Central Management.
Created central management tools not reliant on GPOs.
Define test plans and scope applications earlier.
Had to develop internal policies via SCCM to deploy and centrally manage.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 16, 2016
InTune has been a solid MDM solution that has integration with O365 and our drive to develop conditional access controls for employee access to O365. Microsoft's environment documentation and support are not as strong for InTune as it's for some of its other enterprise management products and needs improvement.
Make sure to evaluate your MDM/MAM requirements against the current release capabilities in InTune.
It is bundled with our Microsoft EMS suite, reducing the overall cost of MDM. It is also easy to integrate for users who are migrating to O365. Has provided a platform that allowed us to deploy PKI certificate based conditional access for employee access to O365.
Still maturing to catch up with other MDM leaders for some advanced features.
Provide delegated admin access/controls for the InTune console management.
Use 3rd party integrator for initial environment configuration and deployment.
Product meets all of our MDM/MAM requirements.
Definitely want to maintain a Microsoft Premier support contract through implementation.