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Delaying the End of Support Date for Configuration Manager current branch version 1810

Delaying the End of Support Date for Configuration Manager current branch version 1810

At Microsoft, our top priority is the health and safety of our employees, customers, partners, and communities. Many of us are now working remotely, and all of us have had our day-to-day lives impacted in unique ways. We have been ... continue reading

Secure remote access to on-premises apps

As COVID-19 continues to require social distancing to ensure everyone’s safety, we have seen many companies support their employee’s needs and promote safety by allowing them to work from home and use online tools to collaborate. This has led to ... continue reading

Introduction to Building a Replica Domain Controller ARM Template

The idea behind this blog series came after something I noticed Microsoft does not have from an artifact perspective. Microsoft talks a lot about infrastructure as code by using ARM Templates. ARM Templates make cloud deployments declarative, idempotent, and add ... continue reading
Frequent questions about using Conditional Access to secure remote access

Frequent questions about using Conditional Access to secure remote access

Industry trends and changes in the way we work usually span years, with organizations evolving at their own pace. But we're living in unusual times. Organizations asking employees to work from home to slow the spread of COVID-19 are making ... continue reading
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Mastering Configuration Manager Bandwidth limitations for VPN connected Clients

Hi, Jonas, Roland and Stefan here! We are Microsoft Premier Field Engineers (PFEs) based in Germany focused on Microsoft Endpoint Manager related topics. Due to the current situation we get a lot of questions from our customers around Configuration Manger ... continue reading

Microsoft works with healthcare organizations to protect from popular ransomware during COVID-19 crisis: Here’s what to do

True to form, human-operated ransomware campaigns are always on prowl for any path of least resistance to gain initial access to target organizations. During this time of crisis, as organizations have moved to a remote workforce, ransomware operators have found ... continue reading
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Managing Patch Tuesday with Configuration Manager in a remote work world

The global health crisis has dramatically changed life for all of us. We are working to get you the information and guidance you need to keep your people productive and secure. Two weeks from today is Patch Tuesday, which will ... continue reading
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Making it easier for your remote workforce to securely access all the apps they need, from anywhere

Since I published my last blog, Five identity priorities for 2020, COVID-19 has upended the way we work and socialize. Now that physical distancing has become essential to protect everyone’s health, more people than ever are going online to connect ... continue reading

Alternative ways for security professionals and IT to achieve modern security controls in today’s unique remote work scenarios

With the bulk of end users now working remotely, legacy network architectures that route all remote traffic through a central corporate network are suddenly under enormous strain. The result can be poorer performance, productivity, and user experience. Many organizations are ... continue reading

Azure SQL Database managed instance vs. SQL Server

As organizations face increasing pressure to modernize their applications and infrastructure, the benefits of the cloud have become impossible to ignore. Fortunately, Azure SQL Database managed instance makes it easy to move your SQL Server workloads to the cloud. Nearly ... continue reading