Phishing Examples for the Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator – Part Three

This is the third post of a multi-part blog with examples to use as part of a phishing simulation in the new Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator tool. For background information on the tool and this blog series, click on Part One below. Phishing Examples for the Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator – Part One…

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Phishing Examples for the Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator – Part Two

Examples of Phishing Emails for the Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator – Part Two This is the second post of a multi-part blog with examples to use as part of a phishing simulation in the new Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator. For background information on the tool and this blog series, click on Part One…

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Phishing Examples for the Microsoft Office 365 Attack Simulator – Part One

Why would you want to simulate a phishing attack on your own organization? Email hygiene filters work wonders, effectively identifying and blocking a substantial portion of email sent across the global Internet as SPAM or containing malicious content. Even with such a high rate of filtering success, as in life nothing is perfect, and this…

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Configure Microsoft Cloud App Security to Analyze SonicWall Logs

One of the greatest dangers for any network today is not knowing what applications are running within its boundaries and how the data could be leaking externally. These applications are often installed by users not knowing the potential hazards these applications may cause, malicious applications that have somehow entered the network, or a combination of…

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Part 1: Planning a Migration From Avaya to Skype for Business

At a recent Microsoft Ignite 2017 session about migrating to Skype for Business, a show of hands in the audience was requested for attendees who are planning to move from Avaya to Skype for Business. Of the several hundred attendees, more than 75% of the hands were raised. As I saw this high level of…

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Microsoft Ignite 2017: Common Questions About Microsoft Teams

I work in the One Commercial Partner (OCP) organization at Microsoft where I work with many customers and Microsoft Partners to help answer deep technical questions, review technical designs, and ensure successful implementations of Office 365 products. As part of this role, I recently worked at the Expo area for Microsoft Teams and Skype for…

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Developing an Office 365 Skype for Business Cost Analysis

When assisting customers planning to upgrade or replace existing telecom services, I am often asked about reliability, security, overall value, and costs associated with Microsoft Office 365 Skype for Business. After answering the reliability and security questions about the Microsoft Cloud, I then focus the discussion on trying to understand the existing costs and telecom…

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IoT Project for Anyone – Designing IoT Microsoft Power BI Dashboard

IoT Project for Anyone Blog Series: This is one of a series of blogs developed as part of an overall IoT implementation project for beginners. The project will walk through the hardware needed, operating system installation, data collection and a Power BI dashboard to view the data. These blogs can be reviewed in sequence as…

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IoT Project for Anyone – Collecting and Streaming Data with Raspbian Operating System

IoT Project for Anyone Blog Series: This is one of a series of blogs developed as part of an overall IoT implementation project for beginners. The project will walk through the hardware needed, operating system installation, data collection and a Power BI dashboard to view the data. These blogs can be reviewed in sequence as…

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IoT Project for Anyone – Power BI Streaming Dataset Setup

IoT Project for Anyone Blog Series: This is one of a series of blogs developed as part of an overall IoT implementation project for beginners. The project will walk through the hardware needed, operating system installation, data collection and a Power BI dashboard to view the data. These blogs can be reviewed in sequence as…

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