• IT provides corporate devices to employees they are unprotected and “running wild”. 
  • IT has little control over what happens with the sensitive data: emails, Word, PowerPoints and Spreadsheets documents.
  • IT lets people use their personal devices, how can we be sure that they are well protected (Anti-Virus) and that employees cannot copy corporate data to their personal space? 

Introductory “get to know you” questions to help configure your Intune implementation: 

  • Do you use your personal devices for conducting business or do you issue corporate-owned devices? 
  • Do you have any company data that is proprietary and business-critical, something that your employees should not be able to copy to their devices without the company’s consent?
  • Do you currently use Office 365 for email, OneDrive or Teams?
  • Roughly, how many people are in your company? 
  • What platform do you use to communicate with each other? 
  • What applications do you currently use for business processing? What end-user devices do you use to conduct your business?  

In short, using these awesome tools like Intune can help you separate personal space from business, making sure that these environments are kept separate. If your company ever goes through an audit – these tools make passing the audit a much easier task, as you know so much more about where your data goes.  


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