Office 365 Message Encryption (& Decryption) – Steps for Purchase, Configuration, Branding and Use – Everything you need to know

  Microsoft has replaced Exchange Hosted Encryption Service with the Office 365 Message Encryption Service. This article is a succession to my previous blog – Exchange Hosted Encryption – Steps for Configuration and Use. This article talks about the ways to purchase, configure and use this service. While doing so, I have included screenshots from my…

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Office 365 Single Sign-on with ADFS: Roadmap, Design, Implementation, ADFS High Availability (& the Choice of Configuration-Database-Type for Redundancy) – Steps & FAQs

  ADFS helps you use single sign-on (SSO) to authenticate users to multiple web applications over the life of a single session. This is accomplished by securely sharing digital identity and rights (Claims) across security and enterprise boundaries. Some of the ADFS uses can be found here.   Single Sign On Roadmap   Single sign-on…

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Exchange Hosted Encryption – Steps for Configuration and Use

ATTENTION: OBSOLETE CONTENT. (FOR EDUCATION ONLY) EXCHANGE HOSTED ENCRYPTION HAS BEEN PHASED OUT. THE NEW SERVICE THAT HAS TAKEN ITS PLACE IS CALLED "OFFICE 365 MESSAGE ENCRYPTION". PLEASE NOTE THAT BY THE END OF 30 SEPTEMBER 2014, 100% OF OUR EHE CUSTOMERS WILL BE ON THE NEW OFFICE 365 MESSAGE ENCRYPTION. FOR THE NEW SETUP PROCESS,…

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