On June 21, Microsoft posted a message center notification and a technical community blog to inform potential customers how to prepare for Microsoft 365 Copilot. Apart from some details about Copilot licensing and the disclosure that Outlook users will need the Monarch client to use Copilot, we didn't learn too much.
With Teams being one of the most popular Microsoft collaboration apps, it is only right that it be included in tenant migrations! But, how do you go about getting started? In this blog, Randy Rempel reviews the top 10 must-do actions to ensure a successful Teams Tenant Migration.
At the end of March, Practical 365 traveled with the TEC European roadshow, traveling between three cities in Europe over a week, listening to experts talking primarily about security-focused topics aimed at improving your Microsoft 365, Azure AD and Active Directory. Read our whistle-stop tour of the most important points made by expert speakers.
Implementing zero trust in the world is a big hassle, often uncomfortable, and frequently dorky—plus, it can be expensive. At the same time, moving closer to a zero trust model helps harden your network significantly, and you may already have many of the tools and techniques you need available without much extra cost. In this article, we discuss how to take baby steps toward Zero Trust.
PowerShell is an important tool for any Microsoft 365 Admin – particularly in larger environments. In this article, Sean McAvinue outlines some key tools and concepts to help tenant admins build a ‘toolbox’ for PowerShell to make almost any scripting task easier and more robust.