Windows Intune now just Intune, because it does Android and iOS, too

Earlier this year, Microsoft renamed its Windows Azure cloud computing platform to be just “Azure,” reflecting support for operating systems other than Windows.

Today, the company made an equivalent announcement for Windows Intune, its cloud-based mobile device and application management tool. Since it supports iOS and Android, neither of which are actually Windows, Windows Intune is now known simply as Microsoft Intune. The software itself will pick up the new branding in a major update that’s planned for later in the year.

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