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Secure Sensitive Data with Azure Information Protection

How do you ensure your organization's confidential documents are accessible by approved eyes only? Fear not. Azure Active Information Protection can be your trusted friend to ensure that the sensitive data is well protected when appropriate groups or policies are set up and implemented.
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Azure AD Identity Management

Microsoft Office 365 is widely used in many organizations. If you are an administrator for your Office 365, you are likely to be familiar with the Admin Center to look at user accounts and monitor activities. But do you know all the account activities were pulled in from Azure Active Directory in the cloud and are only displayed in the admin center?  If you've got Dynamics, Exchange, SharePoint, or any of the Microsoft software that is in the Cloud, it's going to be using Azure Active Directory as its Identity Manager in the back end.
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Multi-Factor Authentication Conditional Access Configuration

Multi-Factor Authentication Conditional Access and Policies Configuration
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Quick and Dirty Reporting for SharePoint 2013 Applications - Part 1

on Mar 19, 2018 12:12:18 PM By | Ryan Charnock | 0 Comments | Microsoft Office Application Development Microsoft SharePoint
Figure 1:  On the left is a Report Builder Chart to show the total number of task in each status. On the right is the standard Task list which is the data source for the chart.
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OneNote: How to use it in an organization

on Sep 5, 2017 9:35:46 AM By | David Tappan | 0 Comments | Collaboration Office 365 Microsoft Microsoft Office
What is OneNote?
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Nintex March Release: New Provisioning Actions for Workflow Office 365

on Apr 3, 2015 8:31:00 AM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | Nintex Workflow Microsoft Office Office 365
Nintex has announced the release of two new actions for Workflow Office 365 Enterprise Edition, Create Site Collection and Delete Site Collection.  Provisioning rights are required to setup the actions and not all users have provisioning rights in Office 365, therefore, admin credentials will be required to configure these actions. Once the actions are configured in a workflow, they are accessible to all users.  Instead of manually creating site collections, the Create Site Collectionaction can be used in a workflow process to automatically create a site collection. The same automated process can be done to delete a site collection using the Delete Site Collectionworkflow action. Keep in mind the delete action is permanent, once the workflow deletes the site collection it is irretrievable and cannot be restored. What a great way to save time and make processes more efficient!
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