What is a modern workplace these days without having your personal- or group data synced to OneDrive and taking the full advantage Microsoft’s cloud storage has to offer!? One of the most asked feature is silently configuring your OneDrive client to automatically synchronize your (personal) data. Continue reading “Revise your OneDrive (Sync) restrictions when shifting to a Modern Workplace!”
Today I was happily surprised with the announcement, as of today Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security E5 licenses are available through Internal Use Rights (IUR). This is great news for those who’re a Silver or Gold EMM competency partner. By this Microsoft Partners are enabled to adopt the latest security features in their own organization too. “Practice what you preach”
One of the main benefits of the Microsoft Partner program are the IUR, which allows you to use Microsoft products in your own organization for free based on your partner competence levels. This applies to traditional software, software keys and Microsoft Online Services.
With IUR Microsoft Partners are able increase productivity, business value, and savings with your internal-use rights (IUR) benefits. The Enterprise Mobility + Security E3 had been available for some quite long time however the E5 was missing here, the more we’ve an imported role as partner to enable our customers with the latest Microsoft technology.
More information regarding Internal Use Rights can be found here.
New features like Azure AD Identity Protection & Azure AD Privileged Identity Management forms important (security) components in a more than ever emerging Enterprise Mobility + Security E5 proposition.
Click here to unlock your IUR benefits today!
ps. special thanks for those who make this possible ;-)
A long awaited feature became this week available in the new Azure portal: Azure AD Group Based licensing. With this we have an one-stop-shop to assign licenses on a per user- or group based.
Azure AD Group Based licensing was already available in the classic Azure portal, however it was limited to Azure AD Premium, Azure Rights Management, Microsoft Intune and Enterprise Mobility + Security licenses. For other licenses like Office 365 we were designated to the Office 365 Admin portal or custom (automated) solutions such as PowerShell or Graph API. Continue reading “One license solution rule them all: Azure AD Group Based Licensing!”
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’.
Windows Information Protection (WIP), previously known as enterprise data protection (EDP), helps organizations to protect corporate data against potential data leakage.
The concept is fairly simple and is actually based on defining two lists:
- A corporate boundary list, which represents both on-premise & cloud network locations where managed apps can access corporate data;
- A list of managed (trusted) apps, which are allowed to open, modify & store corporate data within the corporate boundary list.
In this blog we will look at some practical examples which you have to consider for a successful implementation of Windows Information Protection including a top 4 of recommended practices.
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.
In case you want to play around and do some hands-on with Mobile Device Management in Office 365 but you couldn’t find it!
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While Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Office 365 has been officially announced we are still in the process of rolling it out to Office 365 customers over the next 4 to 6 weeks (Starting from 3/30/2015). We don’t currently have exact dates for when it will be available for your subscription. Continue reading “Mobile Device Management not available in your Office 365 subscription!?”
Just drop you a quick line how to assign Enterprise Mobility Suite licenses to end-users. This is is a straight forward process with an one-stop-shop!
1. Sign into the Azure Management Portal as the global administrator of the directory you wish to customize.
2. Click on Active Directory, and then select the directory where you want to assign licenses.
3. Select the Licenses tab, select Enterprise Mobility Suite, and then click Assign.
In the first two blog posts I covered the theory how deployment of certificates works to mobile devices using Microsoft Intune NDES connector followed by setup and configuring the connector.
- Part 1 – Deploy certificates to mobile devices using Microsoft Intune NDES – Overview
- Part 2 – Deploy certificates to mobile devices using Microsoft Intune NDES – Connector
- Part 3 – Deploy certificates to mobile devices using Microsoft Intune NDES – Deployment
- Part 4 – Deploy certificates to mobile devices using Microsoft Intune NDES – Troubleshooting
In this third blog – part 3 – I’ll outline the depoyment of both Trusted CA Certificate Profile and SCEP Certificate profiles to mobile devices.