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Hp Touchpoint Manager vs Intune

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Hello All,

i am using MS Intune from last 1yr. Now i would like to know the major differences between MS Intune & HP TouchPoint Manager. Can any one provide me the details.

 

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Sai Siva Kumar 

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We apologize for the delay in response. We’ve been catching up from the holidays and shipping the new service update for HP Touchpoint Manager.  Some of the new features include Microsoft and third party patch management as well as device and software inventory.  You can go to www.hp.com/go/touchpoint to learn more, watch video walk-throughs, and test it out with the no-obligation 30-day trial.  For pre-sales information, please go to http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/shopping.html to talk with a representatives via phone or chat.

 

Compared to Microsoft Intune, we think you’ll find that the key differences are that HP Touchpoint Manager are:

  • Faster and easier to deploy and administer – Enrolling and managing Windows, iOS, and Android devices is fast and easy with HP Touchpoint Manager.  There are also pre-defined security policies to get devices and data protected quickly.
  • Easy and intuitive interface – HP Touchpoint Manager’s interface is optimized for small to midsized organizations who might have limited IT resources.  It’s simplified design and wizard-like guidance makes it easy for Administrators who aren’t seasoned IT Pros.
  • Better overall value – While both Microsoft Intune and HP Touchpoint Manager offer affordable user-based pricing and allow for multiple devices per user, HP Touchpoint Manager’s simplicity and interface result in taking less resources to learn and administer.
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