Microsoft Corporation Enterprise Mobility Suite Features
Microsoft Corporation Enterprise Mobility Suite has a vast number of features that provide more security and control for your entire cloud space and all the devices that have access. The easiest way to discuss the features available with Microsoft Corporation Enterprise Mobility Suite is to focus on the features that come with each of the four programs that have been brought together in the suite.
Azure Active Directory Premium features—With Azure Active Directory Premium, you get the ultimate single-sign-on key available. Users get an Azure Active Directory profile that connects all logins to a single main login that makes it possible to access everything on the cloud and on-premise software with that single login. Users, therefore, can access email, any and all applications, databases, and file servers far more easily. This works across devices, from phones to desktop computers, and from Windows to iOS to Android. Thanks to Azure Active Directory Premium, it is easier to block users from logging on, as well as to require multi factor authentications for that login.
Microsoft Intune features—That easy connection between devices and your business is wonderful for improved work effectiveness for employees, but it leads to concerns about security. Microsoft Intune works in partnership with Azure Active Directory Premium to create not just a link between devices but to make that link secure, so it is possible to share company documents between devices without risk of leaving sensitive data exposed. With Intune, you can block users, devices, or apps easily, while it also allows you to install apps from a central point, which streamlines the download and use process. Intune allows your business to have control over only those aspects of a device that work with business data and documents, allowing users to maintain control over the actual device.
Azure Rights Management features—Building on Intune, Azure Rights Management allows you to choose who can access documents, as well as we when documents can be viewed. Using powerful encryption, you can easily block access to viewing documents based on any number of factors, including the company a user works for, that user’s employment status, the date the document is being viewed, and much more. In essence, it lets you put limits on Intune and Active Directory Premium. It runs in the background, so the only time a user notices it is if they are denied access to a document.
Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics features—Even with Active Directory Premium, Intune, and Rights Management, there are still risks to users accessing so much data in the cloud. Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics provides a further solution. It monitors all the data collected about what is occurring in the cloud. That includes all logins and access requests, every document accessed (or attempted to be accessed), every location a login occurs, every device that logs in, every user that logins and every time they log in, etc. Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics uses all this data to search for patterns that suggest a threat may be lurking in the background. It searches in real time for anomalous behavior, malicious attacks, and other potential risks. The program uses machine learning to continually learn from this processing, so it is always more aware of and prepared for potential threats. If a threat is detected, you will receive actionable recommendations to deal with the threat quickly and thoroughly.
Other useful features—This is only the beginning of what Microsoft Corporation Enterprise Mobility Suite is capable of. It also provides conditional access abilities, including risk-based conditional access. You can provide greater access for a single fee with Windows Server Client Access Licenses (CALs) for each user (instead of individual CALs for each program). You have more control over enforcing compliance, while easily updating apps on devices, while also removing those that are seen as risks. Enterprise Mobility Suite automatically classifies data for its level of sensitivity, making it easier to keep track of what data must be prioritized for protection. You choose the encryption key management options. Finally, you also receive Microsoft Cloud App Security, on top of all the other security features, to make sure your cloud-based apps have that extra level of security.