Use PowerShell to Fetch Account SignIn Data from the Graph
Tracking Down Obsolete Accounts Last December, I wrote about how...
May 21, 2020|Tony Redmond
MJFChat: The Reverse Shiproom with Microsoft 365 Corporate VP Brad Anderson
Transcript posted below. We’re doing a twice-monthly interview show...
May 19, 2020|Petri Staff
Enforce MFA for SharePoint Online Sites with Conditional Access Policies
Securing Confidential SharePoint Online Data SharePoint Online sites hold some...
May 19, 2020|Tony Redmond
MJFChat: Understanding Microsoft’s ‘Project Cortex’ knowledge-management strategy
Our next MJFChat is all about Microsoft's Project Cortex knowledge-management technology and strategy with special guest Naomi Moneypenny, Microsoft's Director of Product Development for Project Cortex.
Apr 14, 2020|Petri Staff
Inconsistencies in Microsoft 365 Licensing for Security and Compliance
The new licensing guidance for Microsoft 365 security and compliance features is welcome, but as is probably inevitable, some inconsistencies exist that need to be probed and discussed, and hopefully resolved by Microsoft in the long run. Why do DLP policies for Teams need E5 licenses? Why does applying a default retention label to a SharePoint library need E5? There's lots to discuss about issues Microsoft should fix.
Apr 14, 2020|Tony Redmond
Moving Groups, Teams, and Sites from Classifications to Sensitivity Labels
Office 365 Sensitivity Labels are supported by Teams, Groups, and Sites, but some work is needed if you want to replace older text-only classification labels with Office 365 Sensitivity Labels. This article explains how to use PowerShell to update Office 365 groups with new sensitivity labels. The labels are then synchronized to teams and sites.
Apr 9, 2020|Tony Redmond
MJFChat: How to think about security planning for your organization
Our next MJFChat is all about security planning for your organization with special guestAnn Johnson, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft's Cybersecurity Solutions Group.
Apr 3, 2020|Petri Staff
Choosing between Virtual Private Network and Zero Trust Remote Access Solutions
As we enter a time of crisis that will see a significant number of employees asked to work from home, organizations need to provide effective but secure remote access to corporate resources. The tried and tested virtual private network (VPN) might seem like the obvious choice. But so called 'zero trust' is gaining popularity and could surpass traditional VPN access.
Mar 19, 2020|Russell Smith
Using Office 365 Sensitivity Labels with Teams, Groups, and Sites
Office 365 Sensitivity Labels can now be applied to "containers" - Teams, Office 365 Groups, and SharePoint sites. Sensitivity labels replace the old text-only classifications that have been available since 2016. The labels don't affect the contents of the containers, but they can control some container settings, like whether a team allows guest access or if it's open to any tenant user to join. It's yet another development in the label and protection story for Office 365.
Mar 19, 2020|Tony Redmond