What changes are you looking forward to in Windows Intune 3.0?
ncharles 1 year ago
Intune 2.0 was just released in October, and had some nice improvements over the original. The ability to deploy software through Intune after uploading software packages to cloud storage and management of software licenses through Intune were both good additions. What is on the horizon with Intune 3.0 that will move the service forward from 2.0?
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