Month: March 2022

Teams – You can now mute notifications when you are in a meeting or on a call

A new feature is just on his way for the Teams client (rolling out expected to be completed by mid-March). You can now mute notifications when you are in a meeting; helping you to no longer be distracted during the meeting. There is no policy available to allow administrators to manage it. To turn off …

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Azure AD – New workbook to help you analyze authentication prompts

As you know Azure AD provides you ways to review and troubleshoot authentication prompts but this is sometime difficult as you may have to deal with multiple reports and/or logs. Well a new workbook called Authentication prompts analysis is now available. It aggregates all logs related to authentication prompts for users and applications, giving you …

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SharePoint Online – You can now reports on data access (sharing links and sensitivity labels) (preview)

This feature is currently in deployment – available for targeted tenant or rolling out starting mid-March up to mid-April for standard release. These reports are going to help security and compliance officers to identify if there is any gap, issue or misconfiguration on how files are shared or on applying sensitivity labels. To access these …

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Azure AD – Get customized recommendations to improve your Azure AD posture (preview)

As you know, Azure Active Directory is the heart of the Microsoft Cloud services for authentication, authorization and access management controls. Well, sometime it is difficult to keep up with updated (or outdated) best practices and/or recommendations. Well to help keeping up and provide customized recommendation to your own Azure AD tenant a new feature …

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Azure AD – You can now implement multi-stage review in your access reviews

As you know, Azure Active Directory is the heart of identity and access management to access Microsoft cloud platform services. If you have Azure AD P2, you also have the access review feature, which you should use to review access to your applications, groups or Teams (including for guest users) to ensure people continue to …

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Exchange Online – Retirement of the Basic Authentication for POP

If you remember since 2019, Microsoft has been announcing the retirement of Basic Authentication in a way to improve security as Basic Authentication does not support multi factor authentication (MFA) (see https://t.co/9XZtsVFoQr). Well, Office 365 and Exchange Online administrators should start looking at their Message Center has the retirement is starting and Microsoft provides you …

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