The CEO at Microsoft, Satya Nadella, is anticipated to release the long-awaited Microsoft Office for iPad suite soon. Also, there have been rumors coming that another suite from Microsoft will be released on the same day itself.
The second suite is a licensing bundle which is deciphered as Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS), and has been specifically created for the bigger enterprises, which require managing iPhones, iPads, Windows devices, Android devices and others.
Windows Server is Microsoft’s cross-platform device management tool for enterprises; others include the Windows Intune and System Center as well. Meanwhile, officials at Microsoft Technologies discussed about the enterprise device management capabilities, stating that it gives user the freedom to manage Windows, iOS, Windows RT devices, Android, content, applications and data.
EMS, on the other hand, will present a way for organizations to get hold of a number of Microsoft technologies for the BYOD or bring your own device scenarios. Also, inside this suite are a new Microsoft Azure Active Directory ‘Premium” offering as Windows Intune and also the Azure Rights Management Services.
The Active Directory Premium is a paid version of Azure Active Directory which presents capabilities covering the self-service password reset of user, self-service group management, group-based application access and other features which are business-centric for the cloud version of Active Directory.
The Cloud-based device management and security service of Microsoft, Windows Intune, is capable of managing heterogeneous BYOD scenarios when bundled with the System Centre product at Microsoft. Meanwhile, Intune is being updated and revised to manage not few, but thousands of devices form the cloud while erasing the need of a System Center. Also, Intune is expected to support Windows Phone 8.1, which will be soon released by the company and also support for Samsung Knox BYOD security platform for Android devices is being speculated.
When asked about the EMS from the officials at Microsoft they had just one thing to say and which was ‘nothing’!
The CEO at Microsoft, Satya Nadella is expected to make announcement for the Office for iPad and EMS soon during a webcast announcement, which took place at San Francisco. The event will be streamed live from the New Centre at Microsoft.
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