There are many questions asked about the impacts of moving to Microsoft Exchange Online (ExO)and there are some really great resources out there including a number of Insentra blogs.
By now you would’ve read my previous blogs where I walked you through completing cross forest mail migrations, setting up cross forest mail flow and implementing this thing called multi-tenancy. If you haven’t read those blogs, stop reading this one, click on the links below and come back:
You may be thinking; ‘Citrix Synergy was months ago and I’ve already read all the blogs on what was announced’ and it for this reason I was in two minds when writing this blog. Had I missed the boat by leaving it this late or was my original idea of waiting until the dust had settled to see how everything played out post Synergy the right move? As I reflect, I think giving time was wise as an announcement is only as good as the implementation of what was shared.
Prior to GDRP – the legislation protecting personally identifiable information and the active prevention of data exfiltration was weak and seen as a toothless tiger – the view was ‘if I do not have to tell anybody or there is no real legislation or authority policing such incidents, then what’s the worst that can happen?’ (See The Stick below) Sadly the reality is far from this – GPPR has teeth and is VERY live and dangerous.
Hi Everyone, Hugh Roberts here again with some info that may be of use for those wanting to test test their endpoint and improve responsiveness. Recently a few of my customers have had issues with speed and responsiveness in Outlook and other products that hit the Content Delivery Network (CDN) for Office 365 which uses GEO-DNS. Simply put, GEO-DNS means you will be connected to the most local CDN node based off your DNS query location, so an Australian customer should return an Australian CDN node.
In this article, we’ll cover the considerations for deploying FSLogix Containers to provide a one-stop location for getting up and running quickly.
I’ve written previously on deploying Office 365 Containers and securing Profile Container and Office 365 Containers. This article is an updated version of those articles in a single location with some additional information to make your deployment successful.
The past three years have flown by and I cannot believe where we are now when it comes to Data Loss Prevention (DLP).
First a bit of background – I am the Principal Consultant for security at Insentra where I have been working for six years out of ten years as a Symantec Consultant.
Microsoft Secure Score for Office 365 is a tool that has been available in preview since mid-2016 but has matured in recent times and as of February 2018 now includes a host of new features that allows IT admins to get a snapshot view of the current state of security in their Office 365 environment. This blog will show you the benefits of using the Secure Score tool regularly to leverage all the security feature sets found natively within Office 365 to secure your users and data.
Oracle is the backend for Symantec Data Loss Prevention (DLP). Oracle 11g has been the database provider for DLP since 2013 for DLP version 12.0. On 18th December 2018, Symantec released a tech note (Support for Oracle 12c SE2 with Symantec Data Loss Prevention 15 and steps for upgrading) detailing the end of life of Oracle 11g. Oracle 11g will no longer be supported as of 25 September 2018.
One of the strengths of Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) has been the simplicity of the SEP client. Since Version 11, the SEP client has provided antivirus, firewall, intrusion prevention, application and device control, application whitelisting and more. This is an extremely effective combination of technologies that help to keep your endpoints secure.