Upcoming Exchange Online connector changes pushed back

Today we announced that the connector changes that were planned for Exchange Online have now been pushed back from February 1st 2017 to July 5th 2017. These changes impact Exchange Online inbound connectors and require organizations with certain configurations to make changes and updates. The original blog post and KB article have both been updated…

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Convincing phishing message and how ATP helped the remediation

Phishing messages are continuing to evolve and look ever more convincing. It’s scary to see just how legitimate some of these messages can look. Last week I was working with an organization that received a phishing message that looked incredibly legitimate. What stood out for me the most, was that this message included fake Safety…

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Microsoft Canada is celebrating Azure today

Update: The Julia White tweetchat has been postponed to January 19. This article has been updated to reflect this change.   Today Microsoft Canada is celebrating Azure with various activities throughout the day. Fear not, you do not need to be Canadian to take part in today’s festivities. You do not need to wear flannel and…

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Top ten posts of 2016

It’s a new year, and that means it’s time to look back at the top posts on this blog for last year. 2016 was a slower year for EOP Field Notes as I was on a leave from work for the first 5 months of the year. I returned in May when I continued my…

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