Windows 10

Microsoft Expands Edge Rollout to Education and Business Customers

Microsoft plans to roll out its new browser to business and education customers starting at the end of July.

Jul 7, 2020|Russell Smith

Windows 10

Understanding Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 Passwordless Sign-In

Which passwordless authentication method should you use with Windows 10 and Microsoft 365?

Jun 24, 2020|Russell Smith

SharePoint Online

Time to Review Your Tenant’s Office 365 Licenses

Office 365 Licensing Should be Part of Operational Reviews Many...

Jun 18, 2020|Tony Redmond

Office 365

Sponsored: Five Key Points for Securing Office 365

This post is sponsored by CoreView who offer a wide...

Jun 15, 2020|Michael Otey

Microsoft Azure

How to Improve Remote Worker Security Using Microsoft Intune

In this article, I will show you how to use Microsoft Intune to create a compliance policy to keep remote workers secure.

Jun 12, 2020|Russell Smith


Create a User Activity Report for Multiple Office 365 Workloads

The Graph is the Source for Report Data The usage...

Jun 9, 2020|Tony Redmond

Microsoft Teams

Teams Gets new Admin Controls for Backgrounds, UI and AI improvements Plus Auto-Enablement

Microsoft changes meeting limit size, again, adds more controls for backgrounds, and suggested replies are coming soon.

Jun 8, 2020|Steve Goodman


Microsoft 365 Knowledge Series Episode 6: Enabling and Managing Remote Work

 In this blockbuster episode, Stephen and Paul are joined...

May 28, 2020|Petri Staff

Windows 10

Understanding Windows 10 Always On VPN

Microsoft Windows and Windows Server support a variety of different VPN technologies. The most advanced are DirectAccess and Windows 10 Always On VPN. In this article, I look at the advantages of Always On VPN over DirectAccess, and outline the infrastructure required to deploy Always On VPN.

May 25, 2020|Russell Smith

Remote Access

Split Tunnel VPNs Improve Performance of Cloud Apps for Remote Workers

VPNs are commonly used to give users working from home access to corporate resources. But traditional forced tunnel VPNs can have a significant impact on the performance of cloud services like Office 365. In this article, I look at the different ways VPNs can be configured for performance and security.

May 25, 2020|Russell Smith

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