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Enterprise Mobility Suite Managing BYOD and Company-Owned Devices By Yuri Diogenes

Enterprise Mobility Suite Managing BYOD and Company-Owned Devices by Yuri Diogenes

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Enterprise Mobility Suite Managing BYOD and Company-Owned Devices by Yuri Diogenes

Manage all the mobile devices your workforce relies on Learn how to use Microsoft's breakthrough Enterprise Mobility Suite to help securely manage all your BYOD and company-owned mobile devices: Windows, iOS, and Android. Two of the leading mobile device management experts at Microsoft show you how to systematically help protect employee privacy and corporate assets without compromising productivity. You'll find best practices, step-by-step guidance, and real-world scenarios for every stage of planning, design, deployment, and administration. Empower your mobile users while improving security and controlling costs Master proven best practices for centrally managing smartphones and tablets Plan mobile strategies that encompass users, devices, apps, and data Overcome BYOD's unique challenges, constraints, and compliance issues Provide common "hybrid" user identities and a seamless experience across all resources: on-premises, datacenter, and cloud Simplify and improve device enrollment, monitoring, and troubleshooting Help safeguard both corporate and personal information

About Yuri Diogenes

Yuri Diogenes is a Senior Content Developer on Microsoft's CSI Enterprise Mobility Team and has more than 20 years of experience in the IT field. He holds a Master of Science degree in Cybersecurity Intelligence and Forensics Investigation (Utica College) and has been working for Microsoft for the past nine years, including five years as a Senior Support Escalation Engineer on the CSS Forefront Edge Team. Yuri also holds an MBA and several industry certifications, including MCSE, MCTS, CISSP, E|CEH, E|CSA, Security+, Cloud Essentials Certified, Mobility+, Network+, Cloud+, and CASP. You can follow Yuri on Twitter @yuridiogenes or read his articles on his personal blog at Jeff Gilbert is a Senior Solutions Content Developer for the Cloud & Enterprise Division at Microsoft. From his office outside Boston, he authors cross-product solutions to IT business problems involving enterprise client management technologies, including Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) products. In addition to local user groups, Jeff has been a speaker on enterprise client management and MDOP technologies at several conferences over the years, including the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) and TechEd. Previous to this role, Jeff was the content publishing manager for MDOP and a senior technical writing lead for the Configuration Manager 2007 documentation team. Before joining Microsoft, Jeff was an SMS 2.0/SMS 2003 administrator with the US Army. You can follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffgilb.

Table of Contents

Introduction xiii Chapter 1: Enabling a mobile workforce 1 The shift towards mobility 1 The challenges of enabling enterprise mobility 2 What about BYOD? 4 Understanding the challenges of BYOD 5 Understanding the Microsoft Device Strategy Framework 7 Designing a strategy to enable a mobile workforce 9 Users 9 Devices 10 Apps 12 Data 13 Threat mitigation 14 Chapter 2: Introducing the Enterprise Mobility Suite 17 Understanding the EMS solution 17 Establishing a hybrid identity 18 Managing mobile devices 20 Protecting data 21 EMS activation process 23 Embracing a mobile workforce scenario 24 Chapter 3: Hybrid identity 27 Cloud identity with Azure AD Premium 27 Azure AD Premium advanced security reports and alerts 28 Azure Multi-Factor Authentication 30 User self-service from the Azure Access Panel 32 Understanding directory integration 35 Source of authority 36 Directory synchronization 36 Active Directory Federation Services 38 Directory integration scenarios 39 Directory sync 40 Directory sync with password sync 40 Directory sync with SSO 40 Multiforest directory sync with SSO 41 Directory synchronization tools 41 Azure Active Directory Synchronization Tool 41 Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services 43 Azure AD Connect 45 Chapter 4: Implementing hybrid identity 49 Scenario description 49 Implementation goals 49 Solution diagram 50 Planning and designing the solution 51 Microsoft Azure planning and design considerations 51 On-premises planning and design considerations 53 Single Sign-On components and considerations 54 Implementing the hybrid identity solution 60 Prepare the Azure AD service for directory integration 60 Prepare the on-premises environment for directory integration 61 Enable Single Sign-On 64 Customize branding 70 Chapter 5: Device management 75 Preparing for device enrollment 76 Mobile Device Management authority 76 Device management prerequisites 78 Device enrollment profiles 80 The Company Portal 80 Customizing the Company Portal 81 Custom company terms and conditions 83 Deploying policies 83 Configuration policies 84 Compliance policies 88 Conditional access policies 88 Exchange ActiveSync policies 90 Policy conflicts 90 Managing inventory 91 Computer inventory 91 Mobile device inventory 91 Performing full and selective wipes 92 Selective device wipes 93 Full device wipes 93 Chapter 6: Implementing device management 95 Scenario description 95 Implementation goals 96 Solution diagram 96 Planning and designing the solution 97 Microsoft Intune service configuration considerations 97 Policies 100 Mobile Device Management enrollment considerations 102 Implementing device management 105 Prepare the Microsoft Intune service for device enrollment 105 Satisfy external device enrollment dependencies 112 Enrolling devices 114 Enrolling iOS devices 114 Enrolling Android devices 117 Enrolling Windows devices 120 Chapter 7: Data access and protection 127 Leveraging on-premises resources 127 Windows Server Dynamic Access Control 128 Web Application Proxy 130 Protecting data at rest at the user device location using work folders 131 Azure RMS 135 How Azure RMS works 137 Choosing the right deployment topology 141 Azure RMS connector 143 Monitoring access to resources 145 Chapter 8: Implementing data protection 149 Scenario description 149 Implementation goals 149 Solution diagram 149 Planning and designing the solution 151 Leveraging Azure RMS 151 Preparing the environment 151 Implementing the solution 153 Configuring Azure RMS templates 153 Azure RMS connector 159 Chapter 9: Monitoring BYOD and company-owned devices 169 Continuous monitoring and incident response 169 Creating an incident response plan 170 Leveraging EMS to monitor resources 171 Azure AD monitoring capabilities 172 Microsoft Intune monitoring capabilities 175 Microsoft Azure RMS monitoring capabilities 179 Leveraging EMS to respond to a security incident 180 Scenario 181 Chapter 10: Troubleshooting Enterprise Mobility Suite 187 Troubleshooting methodology 187 Knowing where to find information 190 Using troubleshooting tools 190 Troubleshooting EMS cloud services 191 Troubleshooting Azure AD Premium 191 Troubleshooting Microsoft Intune 194 Troubleshooting Azure Rights Management Services 199 Index 205

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Enterprise Mobility Suite Managing BYOD and Company-Owned Devices by Yuri Diogenes
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