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

Enterprise Mobility Suite Managing BYOD and Company-Owned Devices

; Jeff Gilbert

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. Les mer
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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
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Forlag: Microsoft Press,U.S.
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780735698406
Format: 23 x 19 cm
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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
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 http://aka.ms/yuridio.

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.