4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 5, 2016
Implementation went flawless
Plan, plan, plan
easy to use, leverage existing product suite
negotiate better price
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 5, 2016
Tools intergration with SCCM on premis for singling point of interaction management was a great selling feature of the application. The application install was seamless and provoided a turn key solution for the big 5 Mobility applications (Email, phone, SMS,contacts, calendar)
Employ preiermer serivces to assit with install rather then 3rd party leads to smoother install.
On premis intergration
side loading the application is rather cumbersome unless done by manufacture as all EMM's are
Ensure relevant polices were deployed before application Stand up
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 1, 2016
Some parts of overal solution are discontinued
Changes in products during implementation cycle
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 8, 2016
delpoyment of the EMS product was outlined and developed inconjuction with the vendor and a local 3rd party partner. Both parties understood the technology and my organisations strategy and IT priciples, therefore the adoption fulfilled the business needs
Have a strategy that takes advantage of the full EMS suite of applications,
integration in to the MS product suite, and the ability to deliver the service quickly
complex licence structure
Administration of the EMS application needs to be integrated into the wider Azure, O365 suite of admin tools. Having multiple tools for administration increases the cost / time of support or transition to support
create the "templates" for mutliple operating systems in advance of deployement, as phased approach didn't work for my orgisation -- windows, then iOS
2 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 18, 2016
The problem we had was Microsoft came in telling us that Intune and EMS could manage all devices, internal and external. When we actually started to implement we found out it couldnt do Mobile in a way to protect corporte data. We worked with Microsoft to implement changes, which OUR engineers figured out, only to find out after all that it couldnt work with Macs. We have corporate and private Macs that need to be part of this solution. Now we're left having to create all kinds of interim solutions. Clearly this solution was not ready for prime time and had we known that at the beginning we may have gone a different direction.
Make Microsoft prove out that the toll meets all of your use cases and be very clear about what they are.
If it works it will allow my users a lot of flexibiltiy while controlling corporate data.
It doesnt work as we need it to.
Tell us up front the limitations.
We now make Microsoft prove everything out in our environment before we commit to anything. We also now use Gartner to help peer connect with others and see how they did things before we begin.
The product isnt really fully baked if you need to manage devices that are not Windows.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 17, 2016
Deploying Microsoft's Mobility Management Suite was a short drive for us as it integrated seemlessly into our suite of management tools. It allows us to mange our devices, deploy solutions, and control the information that reaches our coporate network.
If you looked at the product previously and it didn't meet your needs, take another look. The product has really improved!
Ease of use. It integrates into our other Microsoft management suite and gives us all the control we need across a wide variety of device platforms.
Microsoft provided as the support we needed.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 22, 2016
Ask lots of questions
Ease of use
Be more open on the options
Knowledge base was wide
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 19, 2016
We used "fast track" and consulting to get results very quickly.
Start small and stay focus.
Not easy to get.
Product evolution is crucial, they should provide better product roadmap.
We should have done it earlier.
Still a few features should be included in time
We are in the early stage of operation but everything as been good so far
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 9, 2016
We had some technical challenges at the beginning and needed to escalate them at Microsoft. After that, the rollout went quite well. We migrated 7,000 devices from MobileIron to Intune in 6 weeks.
Microsoft Backoffice infrastructure (Active Directory, SCCM) needs to be in current versions.
Easy to use for end users.
Microsoft could be more proactive with providing information regarding the prerequisites.
Do an infrastructure assessment with Microsoft's help. Microsoft Backoffice infrastructure (Active Directory, SCCM) needs to be on current versions.
Overall the project was a success. Migration of 7,000 devices within 6 weeks with minimal business disruption.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 8, 2016
Compare products, run small pilot
Its cloud based
Not fully matured
Need further improvement though
Good service was provided by Microsoft