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.
Bug fixes to improve security
For details about what’s new in the latest update, see aka.ms/intuneupdates.
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Ratings and Reviews
While I’m sure this is a perfectly good app, I hate everything about it. I hate the fact that it exists. I hate all the attempts to sugar coat the fact that I am essentially giving individuals I don’t even know root access to my device. I hate the fact that this app tries to sugar coat this fact with flowery wording cutesy cartoons.
I hate the fact that my company is too cheap to provide company-owned mobile devices, and instead expects me to use my own. I hate the fact that even though it is my device, anyone in the IT department can snoop around my apps or erase my device without my knowledge just because I parked in their parking spot, or any other random reason. Why can’t this work like it used to in Outlook for iOS, where they can just remotely wipe the company’s data? Why do they have to be able to wipe my entire device? Exactly whose device is this, anyways?
How about letting me know every time my device is being snooped, and giving me the name of the person who is doing it? How about letting me know when my device is about to be wiped, and giving me the name of the person doing it? I think a little more accountability and transparency will go a long way towards making people feel more comfortable about using this software.
Slow. I’d delete this if my company didn’t force me to use it
The main part of this app - the screen where your company lets you download the apps they provide you - is nothing more than a webpage. Why build this app just to load a webpage? It takes nearly a full minute to load the app and start an action like downloading - even on a fast connection. Compared to a native App Store like Apple and Google provide that is quick and responsive. A lot of the images are non retina so they look grainy. Apps that you delete still say they are downloaded. If my company did force me to use this app I would gladly delete it from my phone.
iPhone X support is on its way - you'll see it soon!
Failed to launch app when deployed over VPP via AC2
I have 3000 iOS device that I am going to let it enrol into InTune MDM. As I do not have DEP yet from Apple, I am supervising the devices manually using Apple Configurator and push the Company Portal app via VPP with Apple Configurator so that my devices can then launch the company portal app and enrol the devices into InTune MDM.
However, after I push my app via Apple Configurator 2 via VPP, when I launch the app, it crashes immediately on my devices running iOS 11.4 and 11.3.1. Signing in to App Store with my own Apple ID and downloading the app via the app store works but VPP distribution fails.
- Microsoft Corporation
- 52 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.