Compliance

Yammer – You can now apply retention policy to Yammer users and communities messages

As you may know, Yammer became the enterprise social network from Microsoft on Office 365 few years ago. While there has been not much evolution on Yammer over the past few years, there is one big news: you can now apply retention policies on Yammer messages, in preview. To apply a retention policy on Yammer, …

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Office 365 – You can now use the Compliance Configuration Analyzer (preview)

As you know, Office 365 comes with compliance capabilities (from retention policies to investigation). Well, you can now use Office 365 Compliance Configuration Analyzer to generate a report which is going to help you to understand your compliance usage and provides recommendations to improve your use of Office 365 compliance capabilities. This is a PowerShell …

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Intune – Remove noncompliant devices

Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager has been updated to automatically remove non compliant devices. This will obviously remove the devices from Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, but also ensure all corporate data/applications are also being removed from the devices. This will be triggered after administrator approval and after the configured compliance days value is reached. This can be accessed …

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Teams – You can now apply Legal Holds on Teams

As  ore and more activities occur on Microsoft Teams, the Office 365 Compliance team is now providing ability to put on Legal Hold Teams content (including private channels) on Legal Hold when you need to prevent content tampering. To do so,, logon to your Office 365 Compliance portal (either https://protection.office.com/ or https://compliance.microsoft.com/ [the new Compliance …

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Intune – Get reports and trends about your managed devices

Intune is now providing built-in reporting capabilities (in preview) from the portal to give you an easier way to get reporting about your devices. To start using it, logon to either your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/) and then reach out the Intune blade, or to your Device Management portal (https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/). From there you will see the …

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Intune – You can now check the compliance from SCCM

As you may already know, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and Intune can work together, delivering a co-managed device management solution. Well, you can now use the compliance state from SCCM with Intune. This setting will only apply to co-managed devices, if the devices are managed by Intune only, this will not be applicable. To …

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Intune – Third party antivirus solutions are now supported for Device Compliance Policy

Until the last Intune update (week of July 2, 2018), when you were setting up a Windows 10 Device Compliance Policy you were obliged to use Windows Defender as local antivirus solution if you wanted to set an antivirus solution is required to be marked as compliant. After this update, you can now set this …

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