Month: May 2020

Office 365 – You can now define Yammer as a location to monitor by Communication Compliance

A little while ago, Microsoft has introduced a new compliance capability to Office 365 called Communication Compliance to monitor language used and detect language abuse. Well, while it has been quiet for quite some time, there is news on the Yammer front (yes, Yammer is still alive). You can now define Yammer as a location …

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Exchange Online – Reply to All mail storm protection is coming

It has been announced few months back during the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference and it is now coming to Exchange Online: the Reply to All mail storm protection. We all get annoyed when people is starting to Reply All on message send to distribution list and this become a mail storm (the infamous ‘Me too’ …

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Azure AD – New Conditional Access full screen experience (preview)

As you know, Azure Active Directory (AAD) comes with a security capability to setup conditional access based on various settings to manage and secure access to your applications. Well, the Conditional Access experience has been updated and is currently in preview (you can opt-in/opt-out at any time). You can start experimenting the new experience by …

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SharePoint Online – Sensitivity labels are now integrated with SharePoint Online and OneDrive

You may already know Azure Information Protection Unified Labelling, the document protection and labelling solution based on Azure Right Management services and Office 365 Compliance. Well, good news Sensitivity Labels, after being integrated with Outlook Web Access and Exchange Online, are now also integrated with SharePoint Online and OneDrive. First, before gaining advantage of this …

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Intune – Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager is moving away from the Azure portal

As you Intune administration was first released with his own portal (known as Silverlight portal), then has been integrated to the Azure administration portal and now Intune/Endpoint Configuration manager is moving away from the Azure portal. After the released of the new Endpoint Configuration Manager portal URL (https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) this move was expected. Starting August 1st, …

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ATP – Microsoft Threat Protection will automatically turn on for eligible license

On June 1st, 2020, Microsoft Threat Protection will be automatically turn on when you hold one of the following licenses: Microsoft Threat Protection Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection Microsoft Cloud App Security Azure Advanced Threat Protection Microsoft 365 E5 Microsoft 365 E5 Security Windows 10 Enterprise E5 Enterprise Mobility + …

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Exchange Online – Quarantine notification is becoming available for shared mailboxes

As you know, when you are using Exchange Online (and as such Exchange Online Protection) for inbound mail traffic, you receive a quarantine notification when some emails have been put in quarantine. Well, this notification will also be sent to shared mailboxes too. The rolling out is planned for mid-May 2020. This update will allow …

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Teams – Meeting organizers can end the meeting for all participants

We all have been in live meetings where we (or other participants) may no leave the meeting once ended for various reasons – off course at some point we are still leaving the meeting anyway. Well, good news as Teams meeting organizers will now have the ability to end the meeting for all participants, making …

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Exchange Online – New support for OAuth authentication for SMTP, IMAP and POP

If you are working with Exchange Online, chances are you have some components in your environment (applications, network devices…) which need to access mailboxes hosted in Exchange Online. Well, until now the only way for most of these components was to use POP/IMAP/SMTP connections; which we all know is not the most secure protocols. Good …

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