The question on everyone’s lips in all archive migration projects “How long will it take?”, the answer is of course a question “How long is a piece of string?”.
In Part 1 of this series, we looked at how to rotate this sensitive key manually. In this blog, we will go through how to automate the process.
Microsoft recommends rotating the Encryption Key for this sensitive account every 30 days.
Is your project team spending way too much time looking for project documentation buried deep in a SharePoint library or in business applications hosted across multiple systems?
Well in my case it wasn’t to be, until I found out what the underlying issue was! Read on to find out.
For email archive migrations one of the pre-requisites are accounts with the application impersonation role.
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.
“You don’t know how difficult it is to make it look this easy.” We’ve been very pleased with the response to our Office 365 containers. Office 365 is Microsoft’s fastest growing product ever. Office 365 is on a $4.4B run-rate and 70% of Fortune 500 companies have purchased Office 365 in the last 12 months (source:Microsoft).
Industry expert Arno Meijroos, recently took the opportunity to attend a presentation where FSLogix addressed the challenges surrounding Cached Exchange Mode (CEM) in Outlook and offered up a unique solution in our Office 365 Container for Citrix product.
Rene Bigler takes a look at how FSLogix Office 365 Containers are able to bridge the gap to allow OneDrive users the ability to roam their data in non-persistent VDI deployments. Rene asserts that, “until now there was no solution to persist synced data from consumer OneDrive for Business (the OneDrive part in Office 365)