College data, such as emails and Office 365 content, can be accessed on tablets and mobile devices.
To keep this data secure and to comply with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Cyber Essentials laws you will need to enrol your device in Microsoft Intune. The Intune Company Portal app is available from the Apple App Store, Google Play and the Windows Phone store.
With Intune, your college data is encrypted and isolated from other activity on your device. The app keeps your personal and college data separate. You can remove your college data by removing the Company Portal from your device at any time.
Watch the video for a step-by-step guide (iOS devices vary slightly). A summary is below:
To access college data, your device must:
Your personal information is private; we are concerned only with securing college data on your device. We cannot see this type of information on your device:
We can see this type of information on your device:
Details for college-owned devices are the same as above with one exception: a list of all apps is reported to Intune.
College-owned (corporate) devices connect automatically to the corporate wireless network. Apps, such as Office apps, are pushed out to corporate devices. Your personal and college data are kept separate on a college device.
After enrolling, email settings will automatically be pushed out to your device.
Android: you’ll get a notification asking for your password, after which your emails, calendar and contacts will be automatically added.
iOS: open the Mail app and enter your password.
You can also sign in to the Office apps on your phone to access Office data in OneDrive, OneNote, Word, etc. Sign in with your work email address and specify a PIN/fingerprint for app security.