Recently Microsoft announced Microsoft Teams, a new chat-based platform in Office 365. For all mobile platforms (Android, iOS and Windows 10 Mobile) Microsoft released an native app, including a desktop app for Windows 10 and Mac OS X. The Microsoft Teams apps can be downloaded here. After I installed the Microsoft Teams desktop app on Windows 10 I bumped into the following funny message ‘Yikes! Looks like someone pulled the plug on the internet’.
Last week Microsoft announced the public preview of Azure AD Conditional Access to protect Azure AD SaaS applications based on device-based policy rules. Conditional Access (CA) is already available for a quite long time for those who are using Microsoft Intune, but was scoped to Microsoft cloud services such as Dynamics CRM Online, Exchange Online, Exchange on-premises, SharePoint Online and Skype for Business Online.
With the introduction of CA for Azure AD SaaS applications it’s a great step forwards raising the security bar in a mobile first cloud first world securing your SaaS applications and how they being accessed.
In this blog I will not elaborate the detailed operation of CA but will show you how easily it is to configure and apply Azure AD Conditional Access for an on-premise web application which we have published by Azure AD Proxy. Continue reading “Secure your SaaS & On-premises applications with Azure AD Conditional Access”
For those who are using Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server (on-premises) hereby a quick post to inform you there is a new version of Azure MFA Server available. The new version of Azure MFA Server (184.108.40.206) can be downloaded through the Azure Management Portal or MFA Management Portal.
With the new Windows Store for Business, organizations can make volume purchases of Windows apps. The Store for Business provides app purchases based on organizational identity, flexible distribution options, and the ability to reclaim or re-use licenses. Organizations can also use the Store for Business to create a private store for their employees that includes apps from the Store, as well private Line-of-Business (LOB) apps or deploy purchased apps offline by Configuration Manager or Microsoft Intune.
Choose the best app store for the right scenario.
I’m more than happy being your tour guide for today and walkthrough the various portals that the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) houses. For those who are involved with EMS, this might be a handy overview of all current available portals. I often heard that it is not always clear which portal you need and where you can find it. In this blog I’ll do my best to cover all the portals including their purpose.
- Azure Management Portal
- Azure Management Portal (Preview)
- Azure Access Panel Applications Portal
- Azure Cloud App Discovery Portal
- Azure Self-Service Password Reset Portal
- Microsoft Intune Account Portal
- Microsoft Intune Admin Portal
- Microsoft Intune Company Portal
- Azure Rights Management Portal
- Azure Rights Management Document Tracking Portal
- Office 365 Admin Portal
So you’ve always wondered what it takes to improve both collaboration and business processes in your organization, which results in employees being more productive? Do I’ve your attention…read on!
With Microsoft Azure and Office 365, Microsoft offers you a (cloud) platform with a huge potential to optimize and boost your business. In this blog I’ll illustrate this with a simple example of how you can use these cloud services to improve collaboration within your organization.
Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is a progress; working together is a success.
Last weekend Rob Tiffany announced a fun but just as usefully 50 enterprise mobility tips twitter live stream. If you’re doubting how to address Enterprise Mobility in your company, these 50 pointers should give you a good start to feel comfortable and start embrace Enterprise Mobility.
I’ve tried hard to create my favorite top 5 Enterprise Mobility tips – but I didn’t make it…