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.
Microsoft is not doing a good job to communicate how long Office 2016 and Office 2019 can be used with Microsoft 365.
Managing inactive devices is a confusing concept for an administrator just starting with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. This article will provide key insights on how organizations can handle inactive devices within Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
Expert outlines steps to setting up Microsoft Tunnel to help control access to client’s Microsoft 365 mobile devices.
Many organizations have data residency requirements. With Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo, organizations can fully embrace the cloud while meeting strict compliance regulations for data location.
Administrators who support mergers and acquisitions are frequently asked to assist with branding consolidation and may receive requests to have users in both tenants send emails from the same email domain. Microsoft has released Cross-Tenant Domain Sharing functionality to select customers for private preview.
Organizations can block macro execution by applying policies to Office apps. This article shows how with the Office cloud policy service (OCPS), a web-based tool included with all Office 365 plans that lets you define and apply policy settings to Microsoft 365 for enterprise apps through a cloud-based console.
Microsoft 365 PowerShell is not a single entity. Rather, it spans a mixture of workload-specific modules and the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK.
On July 6, Microsoft announced the public preview of Azure AD Group Writeback. As is usual with announcements of this nature, it created several questions. In this article, I want to explain some higher-level details about the new feature.
Administrators who support mergers and acquisitions are frequently asked to enable consolidated branding cross-tenant to assist with pre-migration rebranding or post-migration brand maintenance. Microsoft only allows a domain to be added to one tenant at a time, leading administrators to consider alternate methods to address their domain sharing needs.