Recently, Veeam, has opened up its Veeam Cloud Connect – Service Provider framework to Enterprises. Prior to this, you had to specifically be a Service Provider and there was a 100 socket minimum purchase required (ruling out most enterprises) in order to deploy Cloud Connect. This new offering opens Veeam Cloud Connect to enterprises looking […]

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As I live tweet, figured I’d live blog the Satya Security presentation this AM 🙂 Satya says it’s been a rough year in security Microsoft runs some of the largest cloud services in the world, Microsoft has a unique perspective Microsoft on their new security posture Microsoft’s unique security approach Microsoft’s security platform Julia is […]

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Revised: Outlook Managed App support works in Intune today, however it looks like there is no Managed E-mail policy, which will likely come in the next rev of the Intune update next week. Today, Microsoft announced here that the re-branded Accompli client that they purchased last year, the Microsoft Outlook app, will officially be their […]

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Recently, I was working with a customer who had deployed Intune to a small subset of pilot users. Specifically they were leveraging the All Users default container to apply the standard (soon deprecated*) Mobile Device Management policy, which used to contain all of the platform’s respective MDM policies. *Moving forward, migration to the new Configuration […]

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Last Friday, Microsoft announced the General Availability of Hyper-V Generation 2 Virtual Machines recovery to Azure. There are a few requirements to note: OS disk type to be Basic Disk which includes 1 or 2 Data volumes with disk format as VHDX which is less than 300GB Post failover when running in Azure there will […]

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In this episode we talk about new things in Azure since Build & Ignite. Trevor talks about DSC, the Azure Resource Manager API, and does a deep dive on PowerShell Classes NEW to V5. We look at new Azure Automation features and some of what Microsoft Operations Management Suite has to offer. And I do […]

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In this session, I’ll review Conditional Access with Azure AD Premiums and how we can leverage its powerful policy based evaluation engine to create access rules for any Azure AD connected application. More sensitive apps can be assigned stricter policies, such as requiring Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) from a registered device while less sensitive apps can […]

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