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8 Hot New Tanium Features Unveiled At Tanium Converge 2019

From holistic device management to API-based public cloud integrations to overhauling the entire communications protocol, here’s a look at eight of the most interesting features debuting at Tanium Converge 2019.

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1. Tanium Enforce

The company plans to take a slightly revised approach to device management when it rolls out Tanium Enforce in the April 2020 timeframe by providing customers with a consistent and unified approach to managing configuration, security, and other device and policy settings, Constantine said. The product will make it possible to configure, enforce and report on policy settings anywhere, anytime, he said.

Tanium Enforce aims to unite end user devices, on-premise servers and cloud-hosted servers as well as different device types, hosting platforms and operating systems onto a single tool, Constantine said. The company’s approach to systems configuration and management is supported remotely and does not require being on a local area network (LAN) for the settings to apply, according to Constantine.  

The product takes the 5,000 or 6,000 different configuration policies available within Windows administrative templates and makes it easy to configure, enforce and report on those items without custom scripting, according to Constantine. Configuration and systems profiles will also be provided on Apple OS X to provide the same functionality on Mac without any custom scripts or content, he said.


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