In a well-attended session at Microsoft ignite yesterday, Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corp, demoed Lookout Continuous Conditional Access for Office 365. With the increased shift towards using BYOD devices, organizations are moving towards managing applications rather than managing and taking control of the entire device. The session, “Modern management: How/why you do it now,” showed Lookout informing Microsoft Endpoint Management, formerly Intune, if an iOS or Android device risk level exceeded those set by the admin. The Microsoft Endpoint Management admin can then apply application protection policies in the Client Apps section of the Azure Portal, such as blocking access to corporate data, until the device is brought back into compliance. Admins can also use device risk-based evaluation on unmanaged devices with Lookout to block any of the Intune-protected apps, like Outlook, from opening until the user’s device is brought back into compliance. Brad closed out the demo highlighting strong interest in this capability by saying: “I know that there are millions of devices waiting for this to be released.”
Watch Brad’s demo to learn more about Lookout Continuous Conditional Access for Office 365:
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