It’s A Reporting Extravaganza at Office365Mon – Now You Can Create Your Own Reports

One of the things we’ve learned from our many years working in the software industry is that no matter what reports we come up and how much time we spend tweaking them, we’ll never meet the needs of all customers. Customizing reports is actually one of the most frequent requests of any software product, not…

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Do You Need An Account In Azure Active Directory if Using ADFS?

Today’s topic is a little spin on a question that seems to be coming up more frequently, specifically when folks are using a combination of Azure Active Directory and ADFS. That question is, if I’m using ADFS do I really need to have an account in an Azure Active Directory (AAD) tenant? Well, of course,…

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The Post Ignite Feature Blast

A Couple Weeks after Ignite It’s been about two weeks since Microsoft Ignite.  I wanted to circle back with you to share the feedback we received from the conference attendees and announce some of the features we’ve released to Office365Mon. Ignite Feedback I had the opportunity to deliver a session on Hybrid Cloud adoption at…

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Fun with Azure Key Vault Services

I was able to spend a little time recently with a new Azure service, the Key Vault service, for some work I was doing. It’s a pretty valuable and not too difficult service that solves an age old problem – where can I securely keep secrets for my applications in Windows Azure. Actually because of…

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Office365Mon – The First Month in Review

Today is a special day for Office365Mon. We have been live for exactly one month. You all have been an important part of this month. We’re pretty proud of what we’ve accomplished and we are very grateful for your support. We wanted to give you a recap of the last month and update on what’s ahead….

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How Office365Mon’s Free Services Got Me a Refund on my SharePoint Online Bill

One of the original goals I always had for Office365Mon was the hope that at some point it should be able to monitor enough outages to qualify me for a refund on my Office 365 monthly charges.  For those of you who aren’t familiar, Office 365 has a guaranteed uptime service level agreement (SLA) of…

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