Intune Company Portal 4+

Company resources on the go

Microsoft Corporation

    • Free

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Description

Microsoft Intune helps organizations manage access to corporate apps, data, and resources. Company Portal is the app that lets you, as an employee of your company, securely access those resources.

Before you can use this app, make sure your IT admin has set up your work account. Your company must also have a subscription to Microsoft Intune.

Company Portal helps simplify the tasks you need to do for work:

• Enroll your device to access corporate resources, including Office, email, and OneDrive for Business
• Quickly reset the password to your work account if you should forget it
• Find apps that will help you with your daily tasks as provided by your company
• View and manage all your enrolled devices – and wipe them yourself if they get lost or stolen
• Get help from your IT department with easy-to-find contact information

A note about Intune: every organization has different access requirements, and will use Intune in ways that they determine will best manage their information. Some functionality might be unavailable in certain countries. If you have questions about how this app is being used within your organization, your company’s IT administrator should have those answers for you. Microsoft, your network provider, and your device’s manufacturer do not know how Intune will be used by your organization.

What’s New

Version 5.2205.0

We’ve been improving the stability of the Company Portal. This helps keep your information safe and makes the app work more efficiently.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
409K Ratings

409K Ratings

Richard Wessels ,

The app works exactly as intended.

I am not sure what people expect. However, this app is part of a larger platform called Intune. This is an Enterprise Mobility Management platform that a company would use to manage access to and security around their own data and applications.

This is not an invasion of your privacy, it is the company taking appropriate action to secure their data while extending the privilege of accessing that data on a personally owned device.

Now, as someone who manages this platform, I can tell you that if your device is registered as a personally owned device, the data that your company can see about your device is VERY limited. In fact it is limited to information about the apps and data that they manage. Your personal information is not collected or accessible to your company or to Microsoft.

Location information is only available in a very limited fashion and only for the system to use. It is not visible to your company at all.

I do wish people would learn what an app is used for before they download it and review it.

Steve CNJ ,

This Apple ID has not been used yet in the iTunes Store

I could not find a solution anywhere on line that fit my situation. Turns out I had to log out of APP STORE as it had a former Apple ID cached. Enter new ID, fill in all the Apple ID profile stuff including payment. Make sure you press Continue all the way to the end where everything is confirmed. Otherwise you get stuck in an infinite loop with the above message in the subject, with no option to ‘Review’ which is in itself misleading. Warm regards, and cheers to my help desk person for finding this.

SC133 ,

Might be great for the company

So this app is probably good for the company…it horrible for the end user. It limits so much of what I need a phone for in the first place. The company phone will now sit on my dashboard and I hope it melts there.
I will violate company policy and just use a personal phone to conduct business. Writing emails is now too painful and time consuming.
Kicking me to office 365 on mobile device is telling me you don’t want me doing more than reading emails.
Every app is linked to the company so the ones I need from 3rd parties don’t work correctly any more…the 3rd parties are trusted vendors.
Although it says stuff is private why does it keep asking for location data every time I open the app even with it turned off. I don’t believe the privacy disclosure is true, or it would stop

App Privacy

The developer, Microsoft Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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