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Part III of III: MobileIron and Microsoft Intune – March 2017 Detailed Comparison

April 25, 2017

This three-part video blog series is my perspective on Microsoft’s strategy, the evolution of Microsoft Intune, and the critical role MobileIron plays in a Microsoft shop. My opinions are based on publicly available and third-party data plus my analysis of Microsoft’s actions. Part I of this series gives an overview of Microsoft’s strategy, and Part II provides a high-level comparison of MobileIron and Microsoft Intune.

 

 

 

 

I believe there is a substantial capability gap between a proven EMM like MobileIron and an immature MDM like Microsoft Intune. This video describes the differences between MobileIron and Microsoft Intune as of March 2017 along the following dimensions:

  • Security capabilities and certifications
  • Level of commitment to multi-OS
  • Application lifecycle management
  • Ecosystem integrations
  • Customer adoption

As always, talk to references and test the products to understand which solution is the best for you.

Any information concerning products and services other than MobileIron’s comes from public and third-party sources. Although we believe it to be accurate, we have not independently verified it and we cannot guarantee its accuracy.

Ojas Rege

Ojas Rege, Chief Strategy Officer

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Ojas Rege's perspective on enterprise mobility has been covered by Bloomberg, CIO Magazine, Financial Times, Forbes, and Reuters. He coined the term “Mobile First” on TechCrunch in 2007, one week after the launch of the first iPhone, to represent a new model of personal and business computing. He is co-inventor on six mobility patents, including the enterprise app store and BYOD privacy. Ojas is also a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute for information security policy. Ojas has a BS/MS in Computer Engineering from M.I.T. and an MBA from Stanford. Ojas is also Board Chair for Pact, a non-profit in Oakland, California that provides adoption services for children of color and their parents.

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