SCCM and Intune: Two great tastes together at last in Endpoint Manager
February 05, 2021

SCCM and Intune: Two great tastes together at last in Endpoint Manager

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Microsoft Intune (legacy)

Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

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.
  • Inventory management.
  • Policy enforcement
  • Device Tracking
  • Imaging
  • Continuous updates add new functionality
  • Update delays in the subsystems
  • Artificial limits on number of items displayed in lists, different on each page.
  • Continous updates means that the location to find features moves.
  • Easy upgrade path from SCCM alone.
  • Facilitates Working from Home,(both staff and clients).
  • Delay in information update can be frustrating and lead to delays.
Due to work put into getting SCCM up and running, moving to Endpoint Manager was the logical step, without needing to compare to other products and start that development cycle over again. Staying within the Microsoft ecosystem allows our organization to have better-defined interconnections and have less potential problem points.

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Large, centralized IT department with responsibility for, and control over large portions of an organization's IT assets, policies, and security work well with SCCM. The addition of Intune allows for a distributed workforce to receive updates, policies, and security over the internet. Smaller organizations, or groups of smaller departments in a large organization that manage their own IT assets would not be a good fit for the investment in MEM.