Friday Fast Fifteen!
Managing thousands of devices for multiple customers is no easy task. A remote workforce makes the job even tougher. That’s why Zach Brand’s team came up with Intune Integration – a Microsoft and ServiceNow integration that assigns devices to end-users with their initial log-in and automatically tracks the life of the device from there. Intune Integration eliminates time-consuming and costly paperwork, mitigates the risk of human error and allows you to deliver more capability to your organization on the same budget.
Karin Glazier and Zach Brand break this mountain of a solution down for you on our latest Friday Fast Fifteen.
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