Here’s a quick recap of news and announcements for EMS last month:
Why it’s important to integrate your VPN with Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics
Attackers use existing credentials to remotely connect to corporate networks. Integrate your VPN with Microsoft ATA to help identify where and how attackers are leveraging stolen credentials in your network. Read the full post.
Integrate Intune and Jamf Pro to manage and secure your Macs
New integration with Jamf Pro Mac management capabilities means you can analyze critical information about the security of managed Macs in Intune and combined with additional intelligence to enforce conditional access policies through EMS. Read the full post.
Intune APIs in Microsoft Graph are now generally available
Now you can automate and integrate your workloads to reduce deployment time and improve the overall efficiency of device management. Read the full post.
Simplified delegation, additional Windows controls, and improved insights in Intune for Education
It’s now easier to delegate permissions at the school level. New configurable Windows controls will save time and boost productivity for IT teams. And, more visibility and insights on users and devices being managed will help IT teams better understand deployment and troubleshooting needs. Read the full post.
Integrate your DLP solutions with Microsoft Cloud App Security
Extend your DLP investments to protect your cloud applications by integrating Microsoft Cloud App Security (CAS) with third-party DLP solutions. When you integrate your DLP solutions with CAS, you can leverage existing classification systems and on-premises DLP policies to govern data in all of your cloud apps. Read the full post.
Automatically detect, classify, and protect your data in cloud apps
With the integration of Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Information Protection, your IT admins can scan cloud apps for sensitive data and automatically apply Azure Information Protection labels—including encryption and rights management capabilities. Read the full post.
Now available: faster, simpler sign-in experiences for Azure AD-connected apps
The latest version of the My Apps browser extension makes it even easier for your users to sign into all of their Azure AD-connected applications. Now they can access apps simply by clicking on an icon in their browser bar—no need to remember URLs for sign-ins or portals. Read the full post.
New update to ConfigMgr available now
Update 1801 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch is now available. Technical Preview Branch releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features in a test environment before they are made generally available. Read the full post.