Sean McAvinue explains what the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK is and what needs to be considered when getting started.
Migrations in Microsoft 365 are a complex beast. Every shiny new tool Microsoft releases is another consideration for the migration team!
This article discusses the addition of a Group Membership report and a Mailbox Permission report to a PowerShell script aimed at helping to prepare a Tenant-to-Tenant Migration.
Use this PowerShell script to gain insights into a complex, mature conditional access environment.
Create your Office 365 migration plan by first assessing your environment with these PowerShell scripts.
The OneDrive Sync Client is key to providing users with a reliable way to store files in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business. Therefore, it’s important that tenant administrators deploy OneDrive in a way that meets their organization’s requirements. This article explores the administrative options available for deploying and controlling OneDrive Sync Client.
OneDrive for Business has come a long way since its SkyDrive days, and the modern sync client is better than ever with improved features and a more efficient user experience. This article explains how the OneDrive Sync Client works and some of the ways it does more than just make personal files available across devices, such as how it supports connecting to Microsoft Teams and SharePoint Online.
As many organizations adapt legacy scripts to use app authentication instead of traditional service account credentials, security can be compromised if certain risks are overlooked. While app secrets can be great for testing code, there’s a reason they have an enforced expiry date - the longer a secret exists in production, the higher the risk it will become compromised. The methods described in this article will help build a good foundation for app authentication while keeping security top of mind when creating or updating automation scripts.
In the second article of this 2-part series, we describe the alternatives that exist to help secure access for remote workers, exploring the worthy features that don’t require MDCA. The features detailed in this article are available for any tenant with Azure AD Premium licensing and offer a more generic set of controls for tenants where MDCA licensing is not available.
There are many ways to provide secure access for remote users working on a home network or personal device (such as VPNs or VDI environments) and they each bring their own levels of complexity. This article explores using Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps as a solution that is easily deployed, and capable of expanding beyond Office 365 to bring a higher level of control and governance over third-party cloud apps that lack similar native controls.