Remotely Manage PCs with Windows Intune
Windows Intune: A Cloud-based service to control Windows 7 users
Microsoft Windows 7 users can manage all the computing tasks directly from the Cloud, as it enhances your business productivity needs. One of the Cloud-based applications is Windows Intune, a new application which can make things easier for users to carry out their business related tasks through a virtual mode. With Windows Intune, you can look after the different activities of every single department through your well-configured web browser. The Cloud service also helps you to create groups and examine user reports. Also, the alerts shown on the Windows Intune notice board can help you to figure out and get rid of various issues encountered on different remote computers.
In order to notify users about those alerts, you can create specific rules so that Windows Intune can send out e-mails about those alerts to selected users. Additionally, Windows Intune offer a constant protection while you are accessing the remote devices through your personal computer.
Security threats can penetrate anytime on a computer. Let’s say, if you are working and you suddenly come to know that a computer which is connected on a network is infected with malware then Windows Intune would provide you the information in advance. This information can enable you to remotely prevent the malware which can spread on other machines. In addition to this, you can also lay down security policies for all users.
So what are you waiting for, grab a Windows Live ID to try out this Cloud service on your Windows 7 computer.
Requirements for Windows Intune:-
- Windows 7 OS ( Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 7 Ultimate)
- Windows Vista ( Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise and Windows Vista Ultimate)
- Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 3
- Windows Internet Explorer 7 and higher with Microsoft Silverlight
- Windows Live ID