With new integration announced today, Citrix Endpoint Management (CEM) will be able to push device-compliance status to Azure Active Directory Premium through Microsoft Intune device compliance service. With this new integration, CEM will enable our joint customers to ensure the appropriate conditions are met for access to company resources, through Microsoft Intune device compliance service and Azure Active Directory Conditional Access.
Citrix’s partnership with Microsoft has been long standing, and we were the first UEM provider to integrate with Microsoft Graph APIs to enable our customers to deploy both CEM and Microsoft Intune to manage Office 365 applications on mobile devices.
Currently, our customers can leverage both CEM and Microsoft Intune to provide security, choice, and an overall better experience to their employees. Our solution offers:
- Additional CEM policies to MDM-managed Office 365 apps so that data can be encrypted via device passcode, providing the ability to selectively wipe app and data.
- Ability to configure Intune App Protection policies for Office 365 from the CEM console.
- Citrix productivity apps like Secure Mail and Citrix Files under Intune Mobile Application Manager (MAM) management for a seamless experience between Office 365 apps.
- Citrix mVPN technology for Intune MAM applications, to securely access intranet resources with a VPN native application.
Integrating with Intune device compliance service, CEM will be able to deliver device compliance status to Azure Active Directory Premium, enabling our customers to leverage device-based conditional access to Azure Active Directory applications. In addition, Secure Mail will be able to seamlessly connect to Exchange Online if the administrators have enforced app-based conditional access to Azure Active Directory apps.
This new integration allows us to continue to partner with Microsoft to provide even more value and a better experience for our customers and their employees.
Stay tuned for more details on availability.
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