Another team at Microsoft that has committed to monthly updates for their product and service is the folks with Microsoft Intune.
Today they are giving everyone a heads up on the new features that are due next week in their April update.
The updates for Intune standalone (cloud only) that you can expect to see include:
- Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) for Android tablets.
- Ability to restrict access to Exchange on-premises for Exchange ActiveSync clients on Android devices
- Ability to create WiFi profiles with pre-shared keys (PSK) for Android devices
- Ability to resolve certificate chains on Android devices without the need to deploy each intermediate certificate individually
- Deployment of .appx bundles to Windows Phone 8.1 devices
- Management of Work Folders app for iOS devices
- Updated Endpoint Protection agent for managing Windows PCs
- Ability to manage Windows Defender on Windows 10 PCs running Windows 10 Technical Preview without need for separate Microsoft Intune Endpoint Protection agent to be installed
- Combined Microsoft Intune Company Portal websites for PCs and mobile devices to provide a more consistent user experience across platforms
- Added Windows and Windows Phone Company Portal apps to the Microsoft Download Center to provide an additional option for accessing these app downloads
- Enhanced user interface for overview pages within Intune admin console
As you can see a lot of updates this month focus on Android in your organization and there is continued refinement for supporting Windows and iOS devices.
If you are using a hybrid setup of System Center Configuration Manager and Intune then you all want to keep an eye on the System Center Configuration Manager Team blog for further updates.