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Microsoft Intune is widely used by organizations that require components of enterprise mobility and security to manage mobile devices and apps. When used with Office 365, administrators can enable their workforce to work from any device, in any location, while keeping company information secure. The service is first in it's class for mobile device management, however, there are some drawbacks when it comes to printing.
As a mobile management service, Intune lets administrators manage all mobile devices and users on one unified platform, but does not allows admins to manage printing from those devices. With Tricerat's software, plus Microsoft Intune, companies will have complete enterprise mobility management.
Similar to Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service for enterprise mobility management, designed to support a diverse mobile ecosystem. Company-owned, and bring-your-own (BYO) devices, whether they are Windows, Apple, or Android are all supported. Intune allows administrators to securely manage mobile devices and PCs, mobile apps, and control user access and permissions.
Microsoft Intune helps solve some common problems that organizations experience when it comes to mobile device management and security.
From device and app management, to Office 356 data protection, to identity and access management, it allows companies to:
Microsoft Intune is the whole package for managing mobile devices, but users and administrators still face the challenge of printing from those devices. Intune does not offer a platform for deploying or accessing printers on corporate and BYO devices, so administrators often need to find workarounds. These workarounds can be not only a hassle, but also costly, as both administrators and end users face challenges to productivity when printing is difficult.
Some administrators, like the one below who posted a question to Reddit, aren't sure where to turn to get the printing issues solved.