In June of 2021, Microsoft announced the requirements for Windows 11, which has a notable security hardware requirement: PC configurations must include version 2.0 of the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to install Windows 1. This article reviews what TPMs are, outlines the benefits and use cases, and examines the extent to which the requirement will protect devices from the most common threats.
Despite the growing acceptance of Azure AD to manage identities, one of its main advantages as a platform that manages and secures identities is Azure AD join (AADJ), which still elicits hesitation amongst many IT professionals. This article delves into the justifications for switching to Azure AD join, breaks down some myths around it, and explains why your default position should be Azure AD join.
In a frantic rush to enable remote workers at the onset of the pandemic, many organizations were forced to ship devices directly to the user from the supplier without any prior configuration by IT. Administrators must take back control to properly secure and manage these devices. This article will show you how to regain control and prepare for scalable deployments consistent with corporate policy; reviews best practices for long-term management; and gets you thinking about how to protect your organization from this type of unmanaged situation in the future.
With the move from Edge Legacy to Edge Chromium, there are few reasons to use a third-party browser on Windows 10. Despite being the browser of choice for most businesses, Edge, much like OneDrive for Business, needs a bit of configuration to get it right. In this article, Ru explains the different Intune Administrative Templates recommended to make your users’ first run of Edge smooth and appropriate for the enterprise.
Ruairidh Campbell has written a how to guide on Intune policies for a user-friendly OneDrive for Business client deployment.