Windows 10 Fall Creators Update – What’s New?

This week saw the major announcement of the latest iteration of Windows 10 operating system called “Fall Creators Updates” (or 1709 if you prefer to track version numbers!). There is a heap of blog posts about this that touch on the various new features but the overall summary is that this update is still focused…

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Office 365: Technologie, die Schule macht

Kaum hat die Schule wieder angefangen, wird Microsoft auch schon das erste Zeugnis ausgestellt. Es hat das Zeug, den Unterricht dramatisch zu verändern: „Office 365 Deutschland [ist] an hessischen Schulen datenschutzkonform einsetzbar“, urteilte der hessische Datenschutzbeauftragte Prof. Dr. Michael Ronellenfitsch.


Office 365 Weekly Digest | October 8 – 14, 2017

Welcome to the October 8 – 14, 2017 edition of the Office 365 Weekly Digest. Thirteen items were added to the Office 365 Roadmap, or a little less than half of the previous week. Most are Sway-related, but there are a few for Flow as well. There are no new events for this week’s post, but there are…


Kalenderwoche 41 im Rückblick: Zehn interessante Links für IT-Experten

Was hat sich in der vergangenen Woche für IT-Professionals getan? Gab es wichtige Ankündigungen oder neue Wissensressourcen? Unser TechNet Blog Deutschland-Team hat zehn interessante Links für Sie zusammengestellt. Viel Spaß beim Stöbern! Update 1709 für den Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch (engl.) Verbesserungen bei VPN-Profilen bei ConfigMgr und Hybrid MDM (engl.) Was ist neu bei…


PowerShell, X.509, and SmartCards

That article is aimed at IT Professionals with an understanding of the inner workings of Office 365 services and are comfortable with Remote PowerShell authentication methods. Here’s the news of the day, X509 is not supported with Remote PowerShell sessions to Azure or Office 365 Services. Why do I need PowerShell? The fundamental goal of Windows PowerShell is providing better, easier…


Incident Response in Hybrid Cloud

I had a great time yesterday at Hacker Halted, my presentation was packed with great security professionals, great questions, and the networking was outstanding. My deck available here (in PDF format), and if you attended the session, make sure to connect with me via LinkedIn.


Office 365 Weekly Digest | October 1 – 7, 2017

Welcome to the October 1 – 7, 2017 edition of the Office 365 Weekly Digest. New additions to the list of upcoming events are the return of the Azure AD webinars for October and a Teams Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) on Thursday, October 12th at 12pm ET. The focus for last week’s blog posts were…


Killing Sessions to a Compromised Office 365 Account

David Branscome Partner Technical Architect We live in a world full of nasty threats to our online environments. One of your end users might click on a link that they shouldn’t and they get sent to a location where a piece of malware is installed on their machine and it captures their user credentials. In…


Tip of the Day: Windows Server 2016 Security Guide

Today’s Tip… Hot off the presses, the Windows Server 2016 Security Guide which includes both guidance about general security for servers and of course specifics about the new security features in Windows Server 2016. Windows Server® 2016 is the most secure version of Windows Server developed to date. However, just as with every previous version…


Stay ahead of data residency requirements with Multi-Geo Capabilities in Office 365

Governments around the world are strengthening laws and regulations to protect citizens’ data, preserve national security, and protect business interests. Last week at Microsoft Ignite we announced new Multi-Geo Capabilities in Office 365 to help ensure you remain compliant with services to include SharePoint, OneDrive, and Exchange. The new Multi-Geo Capabilities in Microsoft 365 with…