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Michael Giffney

Michael Giffney is the founder of VoicePlus and is passionate about exploring new technologies.
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Samsung Galaxy Enterprise Edition

02 June 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

  A comprehensive package of mobile devices and services, business-ready out of the box. Get more choice, more control, and more protection with the Enterprise Edition package.

Update to protect yourself from cybercrime

26 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Updating the software on electronic devices is one of the easiest and most important ways Australians can protect themselves from cybercriminals and defend against online threats. 

Knox Platform for Enterprise free for customers

19 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Samsung is pleased to announce that beginning on July 1, 2021, we will provide Knox Platform for Enterprise (KPE) at no cost. Samsung’s KPE extends beyond the core security and management functions embedded in the Android operating system. KPE protects Samsung devices with advanced security and management features that are more granular and unique. KPE licenses are designed to be activated and managed from within your existing unified endpoint management (UEM) infrastructure, and are also included as part of Samsung’s Knox Suite.

Pradeo and Samsung join forces - protect mobile devices

19 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Pradeo’s Mobile Threat Defense services are now integrated with Knox Manage, Samsung’s mobile device management (MDM) solution available with Knox Suite. Starting today, organizations can simply automate the protection of their mobile fleet, knocking out in a few clicks all the increasing cyberthreats (such as malware or data exfiltration) targeting enterprise mobility.

Phone Scams

10 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Phone scams Scams target everyone. Scammers use stealth, surprise and clever tactics to get what they want, which may be your money or your personal details. No-one is too smart to be scammed. But, there are things you can do to help spot—and stop—a phone scam. Report scams to Scamwatch If you think you’ve been scammed, tell your bank and phone company immediately.

iPad iOS model compatibility Chart

10 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

To determine your iPad model from the physical details, see the Apple Support article Identify your iPad model. You can update to the latest iPadOS software if your model supports it. Your features and apps may vary depending on your iPad model, region, language, and carrier. To find out which features are supported in your region, see the iOS and iPadOS Feature Availability website.

iPHONE iOS COMPATIBILITY Chart

10 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

iPhone iOS model compatibility Chart To determine your iPhone model from the physical details, see the Apple Support article Identify your iPhone model. You can update to the latest iOS software if your model supports it. Your features and apps may vary depending on your iPhone model, region, language, and carrier. To find out which features are supported in your region, see the iOS and iPadOS Feature Availability website.

Intune Release - 2104

10 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

App management Installation status for device-assigned required apps From the Installed apps page of the Windows Company Portal or the Company Portal website, end users can view the installation status and details for device-assigned required apps. This functionality is provided in addition to the installation status and details of user-assigned required apps. For more information about the Company Portal, see How to configure the Intune Company Portal apps, Company Portal website, and Intune app.

Activating the eSIM on my Galaxy phone

02 May 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Follow the below guide to learn how to activate and remove your eSIM on your Galaxy phone. Before activating your eSim on your Galaxy phone, ensure you are connected to an internet connection either using your mobile data or Wi-Fi network.

Latest Updates to Intune

28 April 2021 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

App management Microsoft 365 Apps for macOS devices are now universal apps When you deploy Microsoft 365 Apps for macOS devices from Microsoft Endpoint Manager, it now deploys the new universal versions of the app that runs natively on Apple Silicon Macs. The same deployment will install the x64 versions of the app on Intel Macs running macOS 10.14 and higher. To add Microsoft 365 Apps for macOS, in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center > Apps > All apps > Add. Select macOS in the App type list under Microsoft 365 Apps. For related information, see Assign Microsoft 365 to macOS devices with Microsoft Intune.

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