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Microsoft Modern Device Management

WWT has decades of experience with digital workspace technology, which we leverage to help customers craft and curate custom endpoint experiences within Microsoft Endpoint Manager. Our proven methodology can help ensure your Microsoft Endpoint Manager environment is built upon a solid and secure foundation and delivered to your end users with minimal disruption. ​

Microsoft Modern Device Management Consulting Services 

In today’s world, an ever-changing workforce needs to be productive wherever they go. They want to work faster and smarter across their favorite devices, while staying connected and secure. WWT understands these needs, which is why we consider Microsoft Endpoint Management to be the core of all Microsoft 365 mobile device management services, providing the secure and resilient foundation necessary to enable your organization to protect and secure resources and data, and from different devices.

WWT’s Microsoft Modern Work Practice specializes in Microsoft 365 – Modern Device Management and has a team with decades of experience managing messaging platform transformations across an array of industries. Your existing messaging team can focus on day to day operations while our migration and modernization experts facilitate a successful transition that meets your organizational objectives.

WWT Delivers Device Management Transformation With Modern Device Management 

WWT has decades of experience managing device management platform transformations across an array of industries, supporting Windows, Apple and Android devices. Our proven methodology will ensure a successful migration to Modern Device Management with minimal disruption.

WWT is a Microsoft Gold partner for Cloud Productivity, Collaboration and Content, and Communications, and we also partner with multiple Digital Workspace OEMs to provide our customers with a holistic platform and integrations to really unlock the value of an integrated collaboration solution. Whether your organization is looking to extend your existing on-premises Configuration Manager environment to Microsoft Endpoint Manager using Configuration Manger and Intune, to deploying a full restructuring of your device management strategy to use Microsoft’s Modern Device Management; rest assured that our deep experience and OEM partnerships can enable a tailored outcome for your organization.

Microsoft Intune 

Intune is used by many organizations to secure proprietary data that users access from their company-owned and personal mobile devices. Intune includes device and app configuration policies, software update policies and installation statuses (charts, tables and reports) to help you secure and monitor data access.

People use a variety of devices to access multiple platforms. A single person may have an Android mobile device while using a company issued Windows 10 device to access resources like Teams, Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint.

With Intune, you can manage multiple devices per person, and the different platforms that run on each device, including iOS/iPadOS, macOS, Android and Windows. Intune separates policies and settings by device platform, so it's easy to manage and view devices of a specific platform.

Co-management

Many organizations use on-premises Configuration Manager to manage devices, including desktops and servers. You can cloud-attach your on-premises Configuration Manager to Microsoft Intune. When you cloud-attach, you get the benefits of Intune and the cloud, including conditional access, running remote actions, using Windows Autopilot and more.

Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a solution platform that unifies several services. It includes Microsoft Intune for cloud-based device management and Configuration Manager + Intune for cloud-attach device management.

If you use Configuration Manager, and you're ready to move some tasks to the cloud, then co-management is your answer.

Find more information about cloud-attaching your Configuration Manager.

WWT's Microsoft Modern Device Management Consulting Services 

The WWT Approach 

Our approach covers both simple and complex scenarios and covers three distinct phases starting with a Discovery of our customer's environment while confirming the business and technical goals. and environment and follow that up with the development of a design to deliver results. We then plan and execute the implementation, and weave in adoption services, change management and program management to ensure minimal disruption to the workforce and maximized success. Our engagement also ensures that we've addressed operational aspects of your messaging system, so your team can continue to build upon the solution. 

Phase 1: Discover - The purpose of the Discovery phase is to gain a clear understanding of the project’s business and technical Objectives. 

  • Assess Organizational Readiness
  • Align Business and Technical Requirements
  • Determine and Assign Success Criteria
  • Develop Project Schedules
  • Remediate Discovered Blockers

Phase 2: Design - The purpose of the Design phase is to tailor the solution to address the specific business and technical objectives. This is accomplished through a series of workshops The objectives include:

  • Determine Deployment Goals
  • Develop Enablement and Migration Strategy
  • Develop End User Personas
  • Define Target Configuration Policies
  • Create High-Level Design (What)
  • Create Low-Level Design (How)
  • Create Implementation Plan
  • Create Acceptance Test Plan 

Phase 3: Deploy/Build - The purpose of the Deploy/Build Phase is to validate the proposed design and component functionality and integration of ancillary application(s).

  • Determine Deployment Goals
  • Develop Enablement and Migration Strategy
  • Develop End User Personas
  • Define Target Configuration Policies
  • Create High-Level Design (What)
  • Create Low-Level Design (How)
  • Create Implementation Plan
  • Create Acceptance Test Plan 

Phase 4: Migration - The purpose of the Migration phase is to implement the designed infrastructure and associated applications in the client environment.

  • Deliverables: Implementation of the production rollout and migration

The WWT Difference

The WWT Difference

With 10+ Microsoft Gold Competencies — including Gold Communications, Collaboration and Content, and Cloud Productivity — WWT is well suited to help our customers deliver Microsoft 365 Exchange Online solutions. Our proven methodology mitigates risk, accelerates deployment timelines and ensures the end user community is fully bought into the end solution.