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Microsoft Intune Now Available for BlueJeans Meetings

 
In our continued effort to enable organizations with industry leading security for video conferencing, BlueJeans Meetings is now available for Microsoft Intune. Employees are distributed across mobile locations now more than ever, make sure they can easily join BlueJeans Meetings from within an Intune-protected environment.   
 
For organizations that only allow mobile access to Intune-protected applications, employees can now quickly join BlueJeans Meetings from O365 invitations. As a supported Intune integration, BlueJeans Meetings are simply joined from the invitation link within an email or by entering the meeting ID into the BlueJeans app.   
 
Here are the steps to set up Intune mobile device management for BlueJeans Meetings 
 
  • Intune administrator must add BlueJeans on Intune company portal  
  • End users download the BlueJeans mobile app for iOS or Android through your company’s Intune portal  
  • Once downloaded within company’s Intune portal, users can open and join meetings simply by clicking the invitation URL or copy-pasting the meeting ID from another Intune-protected app into the BlueJeans app
More about Microsoft Intune 
 
Companies use Intune to manage and protect their organization data from users' personal data. With Intune, companies manage devices using an approach that's best for them. For organization-owned devices, they may want full control of the devices, including settings, features, and security. In this approach, devices and users of these devices "enroll" in Intune. Once enrolled, they receive your rules and settings through policies configured in Intune. For example, you can set password and PIN requirements, create a VPN connection, set up threat protection, and more. 
 
 
For personal devices or bring-your-own devices (BYOD), users may not want their organization administrators to have full control. In this approach, give users options. For example, users enroll their devices if they want full access to your organization's resources. Or, if these users only want access to email or Microsoft Teams, then use app protection policies that require multi-factor authentication (MFA) to use these apps. 
 
Ensure compliance with your organization’s security policies by requiring mobile users to access BlueJeans Meetings through an Intune protected environment. Bolster security by integrating BlueJeans Meetings with Microsoft Intune’s mobile device management and mobile application management capabilities.   
 
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