Office 365 Connectivity Guidance: Part 4

4. Assess bypassing proxies, traffic inspection devices and duplicate security technologies The final principle is to get your core Office 365 traffic to Microsoft as efficiently as possible; this means minimising the work done on the traffic or ensuring any work done doesn’t cause an impact to that traffic. As already noted, when moving to…


Office 365 Connectivity Guidance: Part 3

3. Optimize Route Length & Avoid Network Hairpins The third principle is to Optimize Route length and avoid network hairpins. In the majority of cases, the shortest path the Microsoft global network will offer the highest levels of performance to your users for the service. As we discovered in part two, this is due to…