Microsoft Managed Desktop (Retiring 31 July 2024)
Change is an inevitable part of technology, and Microsoft recently announced the retirement of Microsoft Managed Desktop (MMD) by 31 July 2024.
We are working with clients on how this transition impacts them, providing guidance building out a device management and security strategy for elements previously managed by MMD.
We will guide you through your MMD offboarding focussing on the below areas;
- Assess your current MMD and Device Management environment
- Prepare an offboarding strategy
- Migrate MMD service offerings to other Microsoft capabilities such as Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS), Windows Autopatch and Windows Defender Application Control
Change Unlocks Opportunity
We understand that change can bring uncertainty, so our approach ensures a seamless transition that enables service continuity whilst at the same time sets your organisation up for future success.
Transitioning away from MMD but still leveraging the same or similar Microsoft capabilities like EDR, Threat Intelligence, and Incident Response, enables you up to utilise the full extent of our Award Winning MXDR Platform Cyber One OR to transition to the Microsoft Defender Experts service.
Cyber One (certified MXDR) enables you to streamline Security Service Delivery and Incident Management across the entirety of your Microsoft 365 and Azure environments. You get intelligent security analytics and threat intelligence within one holistic, streamlined solution for alert detection, threat visibility, incident trends and vulnerability insights.
We can partner with you for your ongoing Intune and Endpoint Management requirements. Our expertise and experience mean you are supported with continual consultation as changes and updates occur, optimising your investment and staying up to date with best practice. Combining Quorum’s Managed Services with Cyber One ensures your environment is supported with end-to end management and protection allowing your team the time and resources to focus on what they do best.