Investments in Azure and Microsoft 365 can streamline your transition to the cloud and make it easier to manage endpoints across your organization. Now let's explore ways to develop and implement effective strategy to make that transition and help you create the “how” and “why” to leverage these solutions in your own environment.
Updating means staying ahead of adversaries and competition with technology innovations to drive security and business results through:
Extending means driving real cloud value while still benefiting from your existing investments using Microsoft 365 to:
Standardization involves increasing security and manageability while reducing operational costs by sticking with well-known and proven solutions:
To revitalize means building long-term user satisfaction by standardizing on reliable applications and a dependable, more focused operating system. This involves:
Securing endpoints from the cloud involves providing the right balance of security and convenience, reducing attack surfaces, and increasing monitorability by:
Ironically, implementing a zero-trust approach simplifies user interactions in a world where identity is the new perimeter by using a single powerful Windows identity across apps and endpoints. We recommend:
As you can see, the “north star” for endpoint management transformation involves a holistic end-to-end solution set that simplifies operations, optimizes user experiences, and increases security using the best of suite culminating in a modern, cloud-managed Windows endpoint. Microsoft 365 provides this holistic solution across the entire framework. We hope these principles help you develop the proper framework for your organization.
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