This article is part of a series featuring prebuilt TeamViewer integrations with popular collaboration, mobile device management (MDM), enterprise mobility management (EMM), customer relationship management (CRM), IT service management (ITSM), and help desk solutions.
With the rise of remote, mobile, and hybrid work environments has come a need for companies to manage devices, safeguard company data, and facilitate a productive workspace — no matter where a device may be or who owns it. This has driven companies to look for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solutions, such as Microsoft Endpoint Manager and its cloud-based component, Intune, an industry-leading solution for mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM).
And among a growing ecosystem of Intune partners, only TeamViewer offers an integration that provides remote access and support seamlessly from the Endpoint Manager environment.
Many companies already have Intune and don’t even use it, since Microsoft groups it into so many other licensing agreements. We’ll show you why companies of all sizes are adding TeamViewer capabilities to Microsoft Intune and how this popular integration helps them offer better support services, while ensuring maximum device uptime and protection.