On the show this week, we talk about a new report from Goldman Sachs on how Generative AI could affect 300 million jobs - and with Microsoft 365 Copilot on the front line, we consider how likely this is. And finally - Microsoft Teams "V2" - the new Teams has began appearing in Microsoft 365 tenants. Plus, you can replace your face with an Avatar, use the preview of the Loop App - and Windows 11 might be appearing on your Teams Rooms devices very soon.
Microsoft's announcement of Security Copilot is more interesting in some respects than Microsoft 365 Copilot because it promises to help organizations defend themselves better. Of course, we don't know much yet about how Security Copilot will work in the real world, but if Microsoft delivers what it says, Security Copilot could be quite a tool in the battle against the bad guys.
Conditional Access policies are one of Microsoft's most versatile and flexible security features ever built. However, there’s one area that Conditional Access can help you protect that isn’t as well known—using IP restrictions to control where a specific app can be used.
The best hybrid Active Directory and Microsoft 365 security experts are going on the road to bring our European friends a taste of The Experts Conference (TEC). Join us in London (17 April), Paris (19 April), and Frankfurt (21 April) for unmatched advice from experts such as Tony Redmond, Steve Goodman, and more!
This article reviews using advanced message tracking to identify Junk-Mail and Spoof Messages through tools like Exchange Message Trace, Threat Explorer, Message Header Analyzer, and Advanced Hunting.
When migrating to the latest version of Exchange On-Premises Server or Exchange Online, two major events must take place. These events are the decommissioning of the old Exchange on-premises servers from the environment, and the consolidation of email SMTP relay servers. This article describes the planning and key factors of these events.
If you are stuck using your on-premises resources to manage a cloud infrastructure, it is an opportune time to change that with the availability of tools and functions that are now available. In this article, we focus on how to use PowerShell to manage Microsoft 365. In addition, we consider how to use cloud services to manage PowerShell code, testing, security controls, and more.
Here’s to another year of practical advice on all things Microsoft! Practical 365 is wrapping up the year with a whopping 200+ articles, focusing on topics such as PowerShell, Exchange, Azure AD, Teams, and much more. This article shares 9 must-read posts, recommended by Steve Goodman, Tony Redmond, and Paul Robichaux.