Month: May 2020

Security – Microsoft is providing end-user training kit for Office 365 customers

As more and more working from home occur due to the current Covid-19 situation, Microsoft has partnered with Terranova Security to provide end-user training kit to make them more aware about phishing, malware and privacy to help organizations and individuals be better protected. These trainings (3 videos) will be available for at least 3 months …

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Teams – You can now Raise your Hand on a Teams Meeting

The ‘Raise you Hand” feature is now available on Teams; this will help drive meeting with multiple participant to manage who is talking/asking question. When on meeting, make the menu bar appear and click on the Hand icon to raise your hand Once you have raised your hand, a notification is shown in the participant …

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Azure – Front Door Service now allows you to define rules (preview)

As you know Azure Front Door Service (AFD) is the solution to define, manage, and monitor the global routing for your web traffic by optimizing for best performance and instant global failover for high availability. Well, AFD is now allowing you to define specific rules to manage various sets of conditions and actions to redirect …

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Intune – Manage allowed/blocked websites for Microsoft Edge on mobile devices

As you know, Microsoft Edge has now replaced the Intune Managed Browser for mobile devices managed with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager. Well, with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager you can now also define an application configuration policy to define the websites end-users can or can not access using the Edge managed browser. To manage which website is allowed …

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Exchange Online – Administrators can now recover deleted items from a mailbox

Exchange Online administrators can now recover deleted items from a user or shared mailbox. To use this new functionality you need to use the new Exchange Administration portal https://admin.exchange.microsoft.com/ and go to the Mailboxes blade Then either select the mailbox you want to recover deleted items and click on the Recover deleted items button Or …

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Azure – Azure Migrate now helps you to migrate your Virtual Desktop Infrastructure to Windows Virtual Desktop

By now you should already know Azure Migrate, the migration toolkit helping you to migrate your on-premises infrastructure to Azure. Well, Azure Migrate is now able to help you assess your Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) on Azure using the Lakeside tool. Lakeside will help you assess your VDI (Windows Remote …

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Teams – You can manage Teams Meeting backgrounds

As you know Teams has been allowing end-users to either blur or set a custom background for their meeting. Well, now Teams Administrators can now manage this settings to define which option is available to end-users. The options available for administrators are: No Filters; meaning no option to blur or set custom background All Filters; …

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Yammer – A new Yammer experience is coming (preview)

Yammer, the enterprise social network included with Office 365, is still alive and is evolving. A new Yammer experience is being rolled out (completion expected by mid-May). The first thing to do is as Yammer administrator logon to your Yammer network administration portal – from Yammer open the Settings\Network Admin menu From there, under the …

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