Single application that rolls multiple solutions in to one!
May 03, 2021

Single application that rolls multiple solutions in to one!

Paul Emporellis | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune + SCCM)

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.
  • Simplify rollout of devices
  • Inventory thousands of devices and users
  • Apply patches and applications to multiple devices at once
  • Perhaps a more intuitive GUI
  • A built in database with specific queries
  • Ease of use
  • Automation
  • Almost Zero touch from technicians
  • Exponentially decreased time spent visiting each device
  • Automated time consuming installations
  • Took over as inventory solution
Symantec Ghost Solutions only covered only 2 parts, creating and imaging, of what Microsoft Endpoint Protection provided us. Price point wise it was a no brainer for us to switch to it as it covered many other things we were looking for and become an almost all in one solution

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When dealing with a large number of users and devices SCCM has become the right hand of the department in regards to deploying, monitoring and rolling out devices. Making sure all devices are patched and have the latest malware revisions updated and applied has become much easier than before where each individual user was responsible.

Due to the time it takes to apply updates and changes, SCCM would be less appropriate when dealing with a smaller size of users