A SASE combination for your business A known leader in the enterprise space, Microsoft provides best-in-class productivity solutions, with mobile device management to connect people and information in intelligent ways. To address its customer requirements for a secure remote access solution, Microsoft has partnered with NetMotion as the optimal solution to be used with Intune and Endpoint Manager. NetMotion bolsters integration with Endpoint Manager Microsoft Endpoint Manager now includes NetMotion’s class-leading network security platform as a native option for any Intune-managed device. This integration gives I&O leaders and their IT teams the power to deploy and configure NetMotion’s unified SASE platform quickly and seamlessly across the widest array of devices in use today. Learn more We share NetMotion’s vision to help customers looking to transition to a cloud-first approach, and we continue to invest in a global, private, high-performance network optimized for a mobile-first, cloud-first world that enables this type of solution.Erin Chapple, corporate vice-president NetMotion offers SASE platform on Microsoft Azure backbone Leveraging Microsoft Azure’s robust cloud infrastructure, NetMotion as a service is able to provide a secure, latency-free experience, with added integration benefits if you’re using Office 365 applications. Azure’s multiple points of presence globally (60+ regions), bring your secure access and apps closer to your users around the world. Learn more A customer connection A large number of IT and security teams have turned to Microsoft Endpoint Manager and NetMotion, such as the leadership team at Yorkshire Water – a utilities company with thousands of employees in the UK. Equipping its team with the tools it needs to work effectively remotely is critical to the operations of the business. Download the case study Teams & NetMotion take off The corporate world has been adopting Teams at a rapid rate, in fact, by the end of 2020, Spiceworks estimates that 41% of organizations in the USA will be using Microsoft Teams. Here at NetMotion, we decided to push Teams to its limit, and test out a video call – 10,000 feet off the ground. Watch the video From strength to strength NetMotion’s relationship with Microsoft has gone from strength to strength over the past year. From NetMotion’s membership into the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) in early 2020 to Microsoft calling out NetMotion as a strategic partner to address requirements for Endpoint Manager, and finally to NetMotion announcing its SASE platform, built on Azure. For more information on what NetMotion + MSFT can do for you, contact us today.