July 31st, 2021, is the day that Skype for Business Online (SfBO) officially retires. What does that mean for you and your users? It means just that, that SfBO will not be available in Microsoft 365 anymore, and Teams Only mode will be the only option for users homed in Microsoft 365. In this article, Stale Hansen explains the different transition options available, shows how to flip your tenant over to Teams Only mode yourself, and offers some best practices based on personal experience.
If you prefer to run Exchange Server setup for new installations or cumulative updates using the GUI rather than the command line, then you aren’t alone, and if you are finally getting round to removing an Exchange Server 2010 or 2013 Hybrid and replacing it with Exchange Server 2016, then it’s better late than never. […]
The email quarantine process is as old as email itself, and still an essential part of any email service. As far as Office 365 is concerned, Exchange Online is a world-class product and the quarantine mechanism works well, however, the current iteration of the Quarantine portal falls short in user experience and performance.
A variety of methods exist to block access to a user’s Office 365 (Azure AD) account from a complete block to a conditional access policy. In this article, we examine the various methods and debate the worth of each approach. Conditional access policies are the cleanest and most effective long-term solution, but you need Azure AD premium licenses. If you don’t have those licenses, maybe one of the other approaches will work for you.
Many aging corporate networks were initially built to secure internet browsing traffic; however, this can create a slow user experience for those legitimately consuming cloud services. This article identifies contributing factors to network latency issues and the steps you can take to improve Office 365 service performance.