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Microsoft has done it again! What? More feature updates in the Microsoft Teams area. Okay, that’s not much of a headline, as all products and especially Microsoft Teams are constantly being developed further. This article is about a new feature called Private Line. With private line, users will be able to have a private second […]

As an honoured Microsoft MVP immersed in the ever-evolving landscape of technology, I witness first-hand the perpetual metamorphosis of tools designed to elevate our daily workflows, maximizing productivity and efficiency. Amidst this dynamic backdrop, Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 emerges as a beacon of innovation, captivating the attention of professionals worldwide. Having devoted a significant […]

Microsoft revealed today their plans for Microsoft Exchange. This means that a new Exchange version is being released. This is correct, but…   In the middle of next year, the new Exchange will arrive. It will have some differences, beginning with the name. It will not have a year number as before, but a final […]

07/05/2024

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This article is a continuation – i.e. Part 2 – of the article Recommendation – Microsoft 365 authorization concepts – Part 1. In this article, the following topics are now dealt with to complete the start for understanding an authorization concept: Configuration of Exchange online RBAC at Administrative Units level Configuration of automatic users, guests […]

In today’s digital landscape, businesses are increasingly grappling with the repercussions of cybercrime. Cyberattacks are escalating in frequency, and the resulting damage is growing at an unprecedented rate. Among the most significant vulnerabilities for organizations are their passwords, which serve as the entry point into an account and, consequently, represent the weakest link in their […]

For larger environments and/or infrastructures that have more complex network architectures, it can be important to split up the topic-related endpoints and distribute them to dedicated proxies. With Microsoft 365 (as well as other Microsoft services such as Azure), the “best practice” statement is to define local brake out points so that the corresponding services […]

Foreword In this article, I describe one (of several) ways in which a mailbox migration can be carried out from, for example, an old on-premise infrastructure to a new Exchange online migration. In my practical example, the two sites are on different tiers, and have no connection to each other. Once again, this is one […]