Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

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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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Microsoft 365 Business Basic

$5

On Premise
per user/per month

Microsoft 365 For Individuals

$6.99

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per month

Microsoft 365 Apps

$8.25

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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.

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Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows
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Reviews

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Joe Aldeguer | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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First off let me clarify my product review only covers Microsoft Intune now called Microsoft Endpoint Manager. I used it to manage all of macOS and Windows 10 computers to deploy apps, compliance policies, configuration profiles, Windows autopilot, and to onboard my devices to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
Mark McCully | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Our company is using Microsoft EndPoint Manager \ Intune to manage all our our mobile devices across the enterprise - tablets, mobile phones, and laptops. We apply security policies and administer all of these devices via Intune in the cloud. It is great to have a centralized, SaaS based solution so that we don't have to manage any infrastructure in our data centers. Intune makes sure that company data and emails stay secure even on employee owned assets. It is very easy to remotely and securely wipe an application or device that gets lost or stolen as well.
Score 10 out of 10
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Used to deploy, manage and monitor mobile devices (mostly mobile phones) and client computers. Great for mobile phones which are usually very hard to manage, especially when you have a mixture of Android and IOs devices that need to manage and protect.
Score 9 out of 10
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Our organization uses Microsoft endpoint manager on our campus to supply updates , security patches , install applications and inventory devices seamlessly to 1500 users. SCCM addresses the issue of having technicians touch each individual device across our campus. We are able to isolate different graduating years and install necessary applications pertaining to each individual group with in the console. Each year we have to reimage each individual device and also add devices for incoming students, Microsoft Endpoint manager has simplified this process by being able to create a golden image than can be applied to different make and model of devices.
Score 10 out of 10
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Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM) is used in various ways in my company and the companies I'm an MSP for. Mostly it is used in Microsoft 365 Business Premium environments and it does a great job of gathering end point information as well as give us the ability to push out Microsoft Desktop apps and Microsoft Edge as well as other apps. It's also nice that I can setup specific configurations and settings for Windows, 365 desktop apps, and Edge just like when using Group Policy for on premise servers and PCs. But using Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM) is much easier to use and implement.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use [Microsoft] Endpoint Manager [(Microsoft Intune + SCCM)] for all of our workstations that are either hybrid Azure AD joined or simply Azure joined devices. We also use it to manage iDevices. We have used SCCM for several years now, and when Intune announced the co-management capability, we made the transition very quickly. There are certain elements that Intune does not handle, such as bare metal imaging, but otherwise we have moved all workloads to Intune while maintaining our SCCM on prem. This covers device compliance, WSUS, application deployment, configuration profiles, etc.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Endpoint manager to manage all the windows devices in the organization, both shared and 1:1 from a central IT department over 100 different sites. It allows us to consistently apply policies, maintain security and track inventory at a distance. It allows us to control our onboarding of new devices, imaging said devices, and deliver software, updates in a consistent manner.
Score 8 out of 10
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We currently utilize [Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)] across most of our organization. We recently acquired a different business and are in the process of trying to get SCCM deployed to that side. We primarily utilize this to help ensure patching/updates are pushed out on a timely basis for our systems.
Ericson Aragoza | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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MS Endpoint Manager is currently being used at our organization as a standard way of deploying applications across multiple departments. It lessens the burden of deploying multiple applications to multiple departments that have different software needs and such. From an admin perspective, it's easier to manage the applications that are deployed in a specific group (Finance, HR, Administrative Roles, IT Admins, Support, etc) instead of manually provisioning each endpoint with a specific old-school "Check-list" style approach.
Sam Othman | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We are in the process of transitioning from Group Policy over to Microsoft Endpoint Manager. We are using it for controlling our policies and setting up our standard operating environment. as well as application deployment. It allows us to standardize what we are doing and automate IT functions, freeing up valuable resources to be better spent elsewhere.
Score 8 out of 10
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We use MS Intune and SCCM with our Azure cloud solution for all of our offices.
It is great tools to control and monitoring our security, servers and applications.
Manage mobile devices is highly important now days, so now we can manage our phones and tablets in modern way with modern approach.
Score 9 out of 10
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Microsoft Intune is used to provide corporate data access via email app and other mobile apps on the mobile device of an employee. Intune enables the use of a personal mobile device to access emails and other official data in a secure environment where the IT team has full control over the flow of information. It is used throughout the organization where employees are eligible for email access via mobile. The business does not have to worry about data leakage and it provide 24/7 access to emails to employees.
Score 7 out of 10
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We use it for monthly Windows updates, image deployment to workstations, server and application deployment. It's being used in all departments to:
  • Quickly patch/deploy applications all laptops, desktops.
  • Push down new, updated Windows 10 OS versions.
Kurt Ferguson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We use SCCM for application and Windows desktop, laptop, and server patching. We accompany it with the PatchMyPC addons, so we can update the majority of applications we use for end-users. We also use it to deploy security software.
January 17, 2020

Microsoft Intune Review

Score 9 out of 10
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We use it for mobile device management, mobile application management, Mac OS management, and Windows 10 management. I have also converted GPO to Intune Policies for Windows 10 devices. The Bitlocker key is also being managed by Intune. I set up the company portal for self-services application installs.
Score 9 out of 10
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It is being used both across the whole organization and at the department levels. It is centrally managed by the main IT group in the organization, and then individual departments have their own instance of SCCM to be able to use to manage resources/deploy software, etc. It addresses the business problem of having a central Systems Management solution that can pretty much do most everything, including managing all hardware endpoints, managing software, monitoring, asset management, managing antimalware and firewall policies, etc. in an organization.
Adam Martin | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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SCCM is used across our entire organization. We use it for zero-day remediations, as well as large scale package deployments. It saves the company an immense amount of hours wasted for on-site support team members having to manually install packages. We can also pull reports of software versions across our environment and deploy patches accordingly for any PC that's out of compliance.
Score 7 out of 10
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System Center Configuration Manager was used as a solution for OS deployment, remote troubleshooting, and patch management for Windows PCs in our organization. The plan was to use it to manage close to a thousand PCs in total. As the product required an excessive number of man-hours to implement and support, its use was dropped after a year, and an alternative selected. The main goal was to improve OS deployment and replace WDS.
Mark Fitzgerald | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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We use SCCM for a number of different use cases including imaging, OS and software deployments, inventory and desktop management. Its primary function is to push new software to the fleet. The benefit is being able to time when and what gets deployed and make it done in an automated fashion. We also use it to manage to patch existing software packages (in conjunction with a product called Ninite).
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
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Across all of IT, SCCM is used for deployment of software as well as Windows patching. It is used for both server patches as well as workstation patches—both laptop and desktop—on a monthly basis. It handles the patch process much more efficiently than its predecessor here—WSUS.
Score 9 out of 10
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Currently, we're using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager to manage all our Windows assets, from PCs to laptops. Considering we use it across all organization, and we have a dozen of remote sites, some of them with distribution points, I can safely say that we solve basically 2 big business problem: We can manage all of those assets from a single pane of glass, delivering software with software-central feature, managing and keeping a eye on the status of those updates and also saving bandwidth at the same time, because we can deploy those software and updates from that distribution point, avoiding to have every single PC/laptop to download from the Internet itself.
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is used for imaging our computers, but it is also used to deploy policies and software packages to specific users or groups.

By utilizing Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, the IT admins spend less time manually installing applications for our end users. It allows us to centrally manage what is being deployed to the computers in our environment and run reports on the computers and what is installed on them.
Score 8 out of 10
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It is very effective for simple tasks such as pushing out Windows updates, Defender updates, and a large array of other software. We have also started using it for servicing Windows 10 computers. With the modern life cycle of Windows 10 being more aggressive then past versions, it has been extremely handy to use Windows 10 servicing to keep our computers running the latest builds of Windows 10.