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Windows Intune at a glance

Take advantage of Microsoft’s experience with cloud services and IT infrastructure solutions to manage your PCs.

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Your employees depend on you to keep their PCs running at their best, whether they are in the office or on the road. Windows IntuneTM simplifies and helps businesses manage and secure PCs using Windows cloud services and Windows 7. The Windows Intune cloud service delivers management and security capabilities through a single Web-based console so you can keep your computers and users operating at peak performance from anywhere. Give your users the best Windows experience with Windows 7 Enterprise or standardize your PCs on the Windows version of your choice. Windows Intune fits your business by giving you big tech results with a small tech investment. The result? Less hassle, and peace of mind knowing that your employees' PCs are well-managed and highly secure.

Windows Intune can help your business in three key areas:

Help manage and secure PCs anywhere with cloud services.

Provide the best Windows experience with Windows 7 Enterprise.

Fits your business with simple setup, maintenance, and billing.

Click the link below to read the full white paper.

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