Microsoft introduced a new product called Microsoft Endpoint Manager. SCCM or ConfigMgr and Intune re-branding are happening during MS Ignite 2019.
Intune and SCCM are merging as one product offering from the Microsoft perspective, and that product is called Microsoft Endpoint Manager.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager(a.k.a MEM) combines more than two or three productions under one branding. You can take a flexible path to cloud management using Endpoint Manager.
The Endpoint Manager helps organizations speed up their cloud journey. MEM also helps secure, deploy, and manage all users, apps, and devices without disrupting existing processes.
Gartner has recognized Microsoft as a Leader in the 2020 Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) based on our Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute in the Unified Endpoint Management market.
Ignite 2019 Coverage
- Microsoft Endpoint Management SCCM Intune Windows Updates
- MEM is the future of SCCM Intune MEMMI MEMCM (this post)
- iOS Android macOS Mobile Enrollment Options with Intune
- Basics of Windows Dynamic Update Explained Update Management
- WVD End User Experience Availability Updates
- MSIX Updates from Ignite Reliability Network Disk-space
- Microsoft Learning Certification Exams Updates
- On-Prem WVD Options Azure Quantum Qualys Scan Integration
- Intune Reporting Strategies Advanced Reporting
Introduction – Microsoft Endpoint Manager(MEM)
Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a group of products. The following is the list of products:
- Microsoft Intune – Cloud-based unified management.
- Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager – On-premises and cloud-based management.
- Windows Autopilot – Simplified device deployment.
- Endpoint Analytics – Data-driven recommendations.
- Microsoft Defender for Endpoint – Endpoint protection from cyberthreats.
- Azure AD – Universal platform to manage and secure identities.
Microsoft announced MEM in Microsoft Ignite!
- Microsoft Endpoint Manager Microsoft Intune (MEMMI)
- Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager (MEMCM)
It was quite a surprising announcement during Microsoft Ignite that SCCM and Intune are becoming one product. And it’s c called MEM. I never had any clue about these changes!!
Re-brand Intune to MEM Intune – MEMI 🙂 🤣🤣 that is my speculation. I don’t know what exactly Intune will be called.
What is Changing in SCCM and Intune World?
As per David James- > Is #SCCM finally dead? No, but it’s rebranded, and I will be doing my best to retire the hashtag. I consid r here are three parts to this announcement. The first is out. The t ey pillars are coming today and tomorrow. …#ConfigMgr#Memcm#Mempowered
@djammmer – I know many folks are r/presenting content for the next few weeks. We at Micr oft w still refer to the product as #configmgr. We will not be using “system center” or #SC int reference, as Config r still exists! And it is not going away! But it is not part of MEM.
@djammmer – “Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a big step forward as we cl if our vision for the future of dern man ent. -manage ent is a destination”!! Not a brie, it can be a destination.
More details about SCCM & Intune Changes
The following is the quote from Microsoft’s announcement, “The future of management: Microsoft Endpoint Manager.”
Our mana cement vis o has n t been as simple as possible. ConfigMgr and Intune have played a role, but it hasn’t alw ys b en cle r what the future holds.
So, let me clarify this mission include both ConfigMgr and Intune. Co-management isn’t a bridge; it’s a destination.
In addition to Intune and ConfigMgr, MEM includes the Device Management Admin Center (DMAC) and Desktop Analytics.
Video Related to MEM
- SCCM is not Dead – https://howtomanagedevices.com/sccm/1109/sccm-dead-sccm-intune-roadmap/
- SCCM Resources