New features for Windows Phone, iOS and Android coming this week!

Earlier today Microsoft has announced this months Intune features that will be released between May 19 and May 26  The following new Intune standalone (cloud only) features are in this release: Ability to extend application protection to your existing line-of-business apps using the Intune App Wrapping Tool for Android (Intune App Wrapping Tool for iOS made available in December 2014) Ability to assign help desk permissions to Intune admins, filtering their view of the Intune admin console to only provide access to perform remote tasks (e.

New MAM capabilities in december update of MS Intune

Microsoft will be rolling out some new features to Intune this week….they arrive somewhere between December 9th and December 12th 2014. New features that will be released to Intune standalone (cloud only) as part of this service update include: Ability to restrict access to Exchange Online email based upon device enrollment and compliance policies Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) for iOS devices, including ability to restrict actions such as copy, cut, and paste outside of the managed app ecosystem Ability to extend application protection to existing line-of-business apps using the Intune App Wrapping Tool for iOS Managed Browser app for Android devices that controls actions that users can perform, including allow/deny access to specific websites.

iPhone 6 versus Lumia 930

The last few weeks I spoke to several persons who wanted to renew their smartphone. Most of them could only think of an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy. Since I’m a Microsoft Geek, I always asked them why they wouldn’t go for a Windows Phone. The only reason they could come up with was that the Windows Phone didn’t have all the nice Apps that were available on Android and iOS.

Finally….SkyDrive for Windows and Mac!

Everybody with a

Windows Live� Microsoft Account owns one…..a SkyDrive_,_ before today I wasn’t really using it. When I read the new blogpost from Steven Sinofsky on the _Building Windows 8_ blog I really can start using it…on my Windows 8 PC, my Mac, iPad, iPhone and (last but not least) my Windows Phone!

There is an installer for every operating system (ehh…they forgot the Android version…).Just go to to download the appropriate version for your device. Check out the screenshots below.


New Multi-touch display : Microsoft Sphere

If you think that the Apple iPhone and Microsoft Surface have cool interfaces, you’re really going to like the new one : Microsoft Sphere. The only difference with the Surface is that (for now) it’s not going to be released to the public. It’s just another research project. But it’s still a funny way of interacting with a display, check out the video below. Source : Seattle PI