Employees are on the move today and expect to access apps and data wherever they go, causing day-to-day mobile security challenges for your IT department.
In this e-book, you’ll find a step-by-step guide on using the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite to protect your cloud apps, manage devices, and guard against advanced threats—all in one end-to-end solution.
Learn how to:
- Provide secure email through application policy
- Set up policy for mobile application management without enrolment apps
- Create device configuration policies for both corporate-owned and personally-owned devices
- Authenticate and authorize access to your company resources
- Get end-to-end protection for mobile email up and running in your own environment
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