Microsoft has recently added to the Microsoft Syntex product family with a feature set called SharePoint Advanced Management. We’ll use the acronym SAM throughout this blog. This feature set is specifically targeted at SharePoint Online environments and its designed to give SharePoint Administrators capabilities to better govern SharePoint and OneDrive, and to enhance secure collaboration within Microsoft 365. Lets take a look at the powerful feature set.
It’s important for organizations to identify where in their journey to the Cloud they might take advantage of Azure IaaS and PaaS services, as well as when they will take advantage of Azure AD beyond just to authenticate and secure Microsoft 365. When such initiatives are undertaken, key decisions are required to be taken in order to move forward. This blog includes some key use cases that might help you decide when to look at Microsoft Azure Services as the right solution for moving a particular application or system to the Cloud.
When rolling out Microsoft 365 its important to know that Microsoft Azure is a fundamental component of the Microsoft Cloud. It’s also important to understand the nature of Microsoft Azure and its relationship to Microsoft 365. Microsoft 365 is a Software as a Service (SaaS) application, which sits on and is built with Microsoft Azure IaaS and PaaS services. Let’s take a look at what those concepts and technologies mean.
Due to the fact that the Office 365 Global Administrator role is all powerful and has access to all Office 365 capabilities, there is good reason to ensure that all users with Global Administrator access are securely managed and governed. At a high level, common industry standard practices are to restrict access to this role …
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