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How do I implement a Zero Trust security model for my Microsoft remote workforce?

Digital empathy should guide your Zero Trust implementation Zero Trust has always been key to maintaining business continuity. And now, it’s become even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic to helping enable the largest remote workforce in history. While organizations ... continue reading
How to Manage Microsoft Teams via PowerShell

How to Manage Microsoft Teams via PowerShell

Microsoft Teams usage has increased greatly during the current pandemic.  All types of organizations are using the communications tool to stay connected with its employees and customers alike.  The increase of use has also resulted in an increase of demand ... continue reading
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Conditional Access policies now apply to all client applications by default

Howdy folks, When it comes to securing your organization, nothing is more effective than enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA) for your users. Whether using traditional methods like phone or token codes, or modern passwordless methods like the Authenticator, Windows Hello, or ... continue reading
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Risky Business in Azure AD…

Hi all, Zoheb here publishing on behalf of a guest author, Morne Naude. So without further ado... Hi Everyone, Morne here again and welcome to the first blog in our series on Azure Active Directory Security where we will be ... continue reading

Zero Trust: From security option to business imperative overnight

Not long ago when I spoke with customers about Zero Trust, our conversations focused on discussing the principles, defining scope, or sharing our own IT organization’s journey. Zero Trust was something interesting to learn about, and most organizations were very ... continue reading

Johnson Controls simplifies remote access to legacy, on-prem apps with Azure AD and F5 BIG-IP APM

For organizations that operate a hybrid environment with a mix of on-premises and cloud apps, shifting to remote work in response to COVID-19 has not been easy. VPN solutions can be clumsy and slow, making it difficult for users to ... continue reading
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How the Microsoft Mission Critical Team Helped Secure AAD

Hello everyone and welcome to our mind-blowing series of blogs we have lined up to show you the significant impact of the Azure Active Directory Security Features had for one of our SMC customer. This blog is a cumulative effort ... continue reading

Johnson Controls simplifies remote access to legacy, on-premises apps with Azure AD and F5 BIG-IP AP

For organizations that operate a hybrid environment with a mix of on-premises and cloud apps, shifting to remote work in response to COVID-19 has not been easy. VPN solutions can be clumsy and slow, making it difficult for users to ... continue reading
Microsoft Authenticator app lock now enabled by default

Microsoft Authenticator app lock now enabled by default

Howdy folks, We’re always listening to your feedback about Microsoft Authenticator and what we can do to make the app more secure and easier for end users. A few years ago, we released our App Lock feature in response to ... continue reading
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End users can now report “This wasn’t me” for unusual sign-in activity

Howdy folks, I’m excited to announce the General Availability of Azure AD My Sign-Ins—a new feature that allows enterprise users to review their sign-in history to check for any unusual activity. As we discussed in the Public Preview blog post, ... continue reading