Device provisioning has been a constant burden on IT departments for years. The process often involves manual steps and can take several hours for a device to complete. We need to ship the devices to the home office, unbox them, configure them, and then deliver them to the user. This consistently delays new employees from receiving the devices they need to be productive.

Fortunately, Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) eliminates the time-heavy effort that legacy device configuration methods require and the process of managing devices. The ZTP Process allows users to remotely set up devices without IT physically handling them.

Mobile Mentor Founder Denis O’Shea interviews Intune Engineer Ben Trapp. They discuss the benefits of the new provisioning process and how IT departments can start using it. The two take a deep dive into the immediate benefits, costs associated, and processes to achieve Zero Touch Provisioning.

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What is Zero Touch Provisioning?

What categories of devices does Zero Touch Provisioning apply to?

What problems does it solve?

Why is Zero Touch Provisioning such a hot topic now?

How does Zero Touch Provisioning benefit remote workers?

What are the building blocks for companies that want to embrace Zero Touch Provisioning?

How far can you go with personalizing an experience for an end-user?

What happens at the end of life for a device?

Why doesn’t everyone leverage Zero Touch Provisioning?

What are the costs associated with implementing Zero Touch Provisioning?

Is Zero Touch Provisioning a ‘nice to have’ or ‘must have’?

Where does it fit into the modern endpoint management framework?


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