Microsoft knocking down barriers to BYOD

Apparently there has always been some legal issues with companies installing or providing access to Microsoft software on their employees’ BYOD’s – see this Forrester article from 2012 … http://blogs.forrester.com/duncan_jones/12-07-13-how_to_navigate_microsofts_licensing_of_byod_scenarios


However, it looks like Microsoft have taken some good steps in knocking down the barriers with the introduction of Windows Intune – see http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windowsintune/explore/byod.aspx 

Im keen to see the barriers knocked down and this seems like it just might – now all we need is for the legal agreements of companies with Microsoft to ‘catch up’ 😉

Does anyone have any experience with Windows Intune yet? 
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