Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

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Score 8.4 out of 100
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

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Microsoft Intune Review

9 out of 10
January 17, 2020
We use it for mobile device management, mobile application management, Mac OS management, and Windows 10 management. I have also converted …
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Pricing

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Microsoft 365 Business Basic

$5

On Premise
per user/per month

Microsoft 365 For Individuals

$6.99

On Premise
per month

Microsoft 365 Apps

$8.25

On Premise
per user/per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services
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Product Demos

Announcing Microsoft Endpoint Manager
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Product Details

What is Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)?

Microsoft Endpoint Manager, combining the capabilities of the former Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, SCCM or ConfigMgr with the mobile device management application Microsoft Intune, is presented as a unified endpoint management option.

The former Microsoft Intune is an endpoint management solution for mobile devices, an MDM solution that allows the user to securely manage iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS devices with a single endpoint management solution.

The component Endpoint Configuration Manager (the former SCCM) is a system monitoring and management platform that can be deployed as an agent, via the cloud, or on-premises. It can manage systems across OS types (Windows, Mac, Linux), as well as multiple environments, including servers, virtual environments, and mobile devices from a single management console, and supports scaling capabilities, such as future application delivery.

The platform includes a customizable reporting tool to inform future business software decisions. It also enables endpoint protection from malware and vulnerability identification within the monitored systems and infrastructure.

Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM) Video

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Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM) Integrations

Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM) Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows
Mobile ApplicationNo
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Reviews

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Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
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The only 'integration' it has is with its own Microsoft infrastructure, which is Active Directory, etc. From that purpose, it's really easy to integrate and I didn't experience any trouble doing that. As for other systems, we don't integrate it with any other software or system.
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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It is a very complex piece of software, requiring SQL and WSUS integration and is constantly being updated to new builds. There are many online resources that really make the setup and management very easy to handle. I also appreciate that it supports in-place upgrades of the OS and the software itself. We have moved from Microsoft SCCM 2007 on Windows 2008 to the program's current build on Windows 2019 simply by running upgrades of Microsoft SCCM and the OS it's running on.
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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We ran WSUS in parallel for almost a year only because it took longer to decommission the old systems than to deploy SCCM across global locations. If we had enough resources to setup satellite SCCM servers and if we had the bandwidth as well as dedicated human resources to setup the SCCM across global enterprise, we could have implemented sooner.
Valery Mezentsau | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is not an easy product to learn, deploy, integrate and, in many cases, to use. Just because it has such a huge amount of features and options, a variety of deployment options, it cannot be integrated easily and quickly unless you are MS SCCM oriented systems engineer.
Michael Timms | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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In a Windows environment, System Center Configuration Manager integrates very well, but I cannot speak to a mixed environment such as those with Macs and Linux desktops. I do know that there is a feature with device management for Android devices, but I am not sure about Apple devices. As with any software, integration depends on who is configuring the software, and their knowledge of the product.
Score 8 out of 10
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Integration ServiceNow is good. Scheduled imports bring relevant SCCM data into the ServiceNow instance from the SQL Server and map it to tables in the CMDB. The Microsoft SCCM integration is a one direction import of SCCM data into the ServiceNow's Configuration Management Database (CMDB).
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is a great tool when talking about integration, it integrates with many services we have in the company. Two good examples of this integration would be Active Directory and Service Now. I actually don't recall having issues with them when talking about the synchronization on both sides.
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