The unified Enterprise Mobility + Security management experience in the Azure Portal



Coming up. I'll show you how we're making
your enterprise mobility and security experience more productive with a
unified admin experience in the Azure Portal. I'll give you a quick tour of how
this helps you apply protections to corporate data of the user, device and application and file level. And how you can build your own custom management
console that travels with you. With enterprise mobility and security or EMS for short, we've set out to build a cloud-based
management solution that supports the advantages of mobility and anywhere access. to information for your organization. We're making it easy to apply the right controls to protect your corporate data. A key milestone for us along this journey has been to unify the EMS admin
experience in the Azure Portal. Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Intune and Azure Information Protection are major components of EMS and
are now all in one place. This makes it easier to manage cross
product workflows and to use the different services within EMS together to control access to your corporate resources. And to make sure that your
data remains protected after it's been accessed. Azure Active Directory
is where I do the Identity and access management. As you can see here, I've got access to all of my enterprise apps. I can select the users that I
want to have access via my Azure Active Directory groups. Here I can add group of users
that make sense within O365 boundaries. Such as my legal department, and assign them the rights to the application. I also have the ability to configure
single sign-on and self-service provisioning. If I move back to my custom dashboard, because cloud logins are coming
from Azure Active Directory I can see all of that information in one place. Like a monitor we can see the devices
that I'm managing with my Microsoft Intune. And I can see those devices that have
maybe fallen out of compliance, and I can quickly take actions with those devices. For example I can remove all of the company data. And I can also quickly
take action when I see things aren't quite right
with application deployments. In this case I can see that for the iOS platform and for Outlook I have a couple of
users that have unprotected applications. I'm going to switch back to my custom dashboard. So Conditional Access brings
together aspects or of user, device and application, and compliance into one place. For example, here I can say that only
users coming from a trusted application in this place Outlook mobile, can access my Exchange services. beyond apps I can also ensure
that the files that I'm using are protected no matter where they go
through Azure Information Protection through classification and labeling. Here you can see I have a policy that allows me to apply specific labels through the Office apps to documents
that my users are working on. And it can be scoped down
to specific groups of users inside of my organization. Now as I've been navigating
around the portal, you'll notice that most of our management activities have been anchored around this custom dashboard. One of the great things about
the Azure Portal is that I have the ability to build my
own dashboard of information. Let me show you how I did that. That it's going to go into the Azure
Active Directory blade. And here I can see my Azure AD connects status. I'm going to select it and say pin to dashboard. Now every time I go into my dashboard, we'll see my Azure AD connect status. And in this case you can see that actually there's a problem there that I
might want to go and investigate. One of the cool things about making
everybody mobile is that I want to make myself as an
admin mobile as well. Now I can take this dashboard with me on any device. We're going to switch across to
my iPad and take a look at how it appears. We're going to go into Safari. I've already typed in the address portal.azure.com into the address bar and
signed in with my credentials. Here you can see that I have that exact same view
as I had on my PC including that new Azure AD connect
tile that I just pinned. And if I go into one of the blades, for example Azure AD you'll see that it all renders beautifully
on a mobile device. So that was a quick tour of the
Unified EMS management experience. Beyond these examples you can also watch the
recent Microsoft Mechanics show that I did with Gregg Marl. Where we expand on
what's possible with Azure AD groups as well as the new reporting
and automation capabilities using the Microsoft Graph API. Try it out for yourself today by
logging into the Azure Portal. Thank you very much for watching. Microsoft Mechanics www.microsoft.com/mechannics

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