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MDM for Office 365  v Microsoft Intune

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Hi, I am hoping someone will have a document or able to point me to a document that covers in a fair depth the differences/advantages of MDM for Office 365 and Microsoft Intune. I managed to find the following http://windowsitpro.com/office-365/quick-differences-between-mdm-office-365-and-microsoft-intune but I need a lot more detail in the differences/advantages.

The system we have in a pure cloud solution so neither on prem or hybrid and are looking to implement a BYOD solution for a project we are working on at present.

Thanks in Advance

John
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There's extensive documentation available on docs. They moved it from TechNet and broke it to gazillion smaller articles, it's kinda hard to navigate now. But it gives you comparison between O365 MDM and Intune, for example: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/enterprise-mobility/solutions/mdm-application-management-options
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Perfect, thanks, gives me something to work through
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