Azure AD Identity Protection

With all the news about cyber-attacks and data leakage and stolen credentials, it’s important that a multilayered security approach is in place no matter how small or large the organization. Even as individuals, implementing a multilayered security approach for our personal accounts is beneficial (e.g. two-factor authentication). I’ve posted in the past about Microsoft Advanced…

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Microsoft Cloud App Security

  Have you ever wondered what is going on within the SaaS services your organization is using? Are you curious about what unsanctioned SaaS apps employees may be storing company data in? Do you want to know where and when sensitive data is stored in the cloud? Do you want to know who’s accessing sensitive…

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Microsoft Windows Store for Business and Azure AD Join

With Windows 10 available, many organizations are considering upgrading. There are a lot of reasons to consider upgrading to Windows 10 and if you’re interested in learning more please visit: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn986867(v=vs.85).aspx If you’re interested in learning more about the Windows 10 Roadmap for Business please visit: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/WindowsForBusiness/windows-roadmap  First I’ll walk through the registration of a…

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Invite B2B users to access Power BI dashboards using Azure AD

  With the rapid adoption of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and services surrounding Azure AD, we’re seeing more and more customers interested in publishing SaaS apps as well as custom apps to employees, consultants, and business partners.  One of the challenges of granting application access to users is provisioning/maintaining infrastructure, user management, and what…

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Microsoft Intune – Mobile Application Management (MAM) standalone

Have you ever been asked the question “…after I enroll my device, what happens to the personal data on my device if I leave the company?” Sound familiar? I’ve heard this many times when I speak with organizations and in the past the answer was “we have the right to delete everything on your device,…

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Microsoft Intune and Apple Mac Management

The Microsoft Intune team recently announced the ability to enroll and manage the Apple Mac. I’m happy to say that the feature has been deployed as part of the recent Intune release. Today’s post will focus on Mac enrollment and management via Intune. For details you can read more about the update and what management…

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Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics

Tracking down security vulnerabilities has always been a game of cat and mouse. Certain safeguards can be put in place to prevent security vulnerabilities such as blocking firewall ports, requiring multi-factor authentication and so on. Granted, no system can capture every single security vulnerability, however if a layered security approach is taken, there’s a better…

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The World of Mobility

It’s difficult to ignore the world of mobility. We often carry a one or more devices such as a Windows PC, Mac, iPhone, Android, and so on.  Additionally, we bring these devices into the workplace and connect to applications, email, and files. This isn’t anything new, however the complexity of juggling devices and managing them…

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Transitioning Blog to Enterprise Mobility Talk

Hello Everyone, First off, thank you for your readership over the past couple years. You may know my blog as an infrastructure blog focusing on Windows Server, System Center, Identity, and Microsoft Azure. However, recently I’ve transitioned roles within Microsoft and I am now a Mobility Technical Specialist focusing on device management, identity, and information…

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Mobile access of files hosted on corporate file servers from Windows and iOS devices!

We all have used or currently use cloud drives, e.g. OneDrive, Box, DropBox, and so on. However what if you’re an organization that needs provide mobile access to files, however you need to keep some or certain files locally on the file server? How about CAD files or other documents that may not work well…

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