This morning Microsoft announced the February update for Microsoft Intune. The following new features are currently rolled out throughout the datacenters in the different continents. The service will be updated between February 6 and February 11.
Further Microsoft plans to add new features to Microsoft Intune on a monthly basis, so lot’s of more features to Microsoft Intune are coming rapidly!
The following features are updated/added;
- Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) for Android devices, including ability to restrict actions such as copy, cut, and paste outside of the managed app ecosystem
- Management of the OneNote app for iOS devices. Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) on iOS devices made available in December 2014
- Ability to browse and install apps on Windows Phone 8.1 devices using Intune Company Portal website
- Deployment of WiFi profiles for Windows devices using XML import and Windows Phone devices using OMA-URI (deployment of WiFi profiles currently supported for iOS and Android devices)
- Support for Cisco AnyConnect per-app VPN configurations for iOS devices
- Ability to require encryption on Windows 8.1 (x86) devices
- Ability to set minimum classification of platform updates to be installed automatically on Windows 8.1 (x86) devices
(1on1 from Microsoft Intune blog)
Additionally, you can expect conditional access capabilities for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business to be made available over the next few weeks. Also we need to keep following the ConfigMgr team blog to learn when new features are added to Configuration Manager via the Intune Extensions.
Read the complete blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/microsoftintune/archive/2015/02/06/february-updates-to-microsoft-intune.aspx