In the IT landscape, there’s a notable transition taking place from Microsoft SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) to Intune for managing and deploying applications. This change reflects an adaptation to newer, more flexible cloud-based management solutions.

There’s an article from Alex Marin on the Advanced Installer blog that discusses this subject. Alex discusses the migration from SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) to Microsoft Intune for application deployment. It explores the differences between SCCM and Intune, focusing on the capabilities of each in terms of application deployment methods.

The article covers various aspects such as SCCM applications and packages, Intune Store Apps, Microsoft 365 Apps, LOB (Line of Business) Apps, and Windows Apps (Win32). It emphasizes the enhanced flexibility and control offered by Intune, making it a strong alternative to SCCM in the modern IT management landscape.

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